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Name:           clifm
Version:        1.7
Release:        3%{?dist}
Summary:        Shell-like, command line terminal file manager

# source is pretty evently split between these
License:        GPL-2.0-only AND GPL-2.0-or-later AND GPL-3.0-only
# misc/colors/ and plugins/ are GPL-3.0-only
# src/ are GPL-2.0-or-later

Source0:        %{url}/archive/v%{version}/%{name}-%{version}.tar.gz

BuildRequires:  cmake
BuildRequires:  gcc-c++
BuildRequires:  readline-devel
BuildRequires:  libcap-devel
BuildRequires:  libacl-devel
BuildRequires:  file-devel
BuildRequires:  desktop-file-utils

Requires:       hicolor-icon-theme

CliFM is a Command Line Interface File Manager: all input and interaction
is performed via commands. This is its main feature and strength.

Unlike most terminal file managers out there, indeed, CliFM replaces the
traditional TUI interface (also known as curses or text-menu based
interface) by a command-line interface (CLI), also known as REPL.

If working with the command-line, your workflow is not affected at all,
but just enriched with file management functionalities: automatic files
listing, files selection, bookmarks, tags, directory jumper, directory and
commands history, auto-cd and auto-open, bulk rename, TAB completion,
autosuggestions, and a trash system, among other features. In this sense,
CliFM is certainly a file manager, but also a shell extension.

Briefly put, with CliFM the command-line is always already there, never

# just to be sure we use system lib
rm -f src/{printf*,qsort.h}


desktop-file-validate %{buildroot}/%{_datadir}/applications/%{name}.desktop

%license LICENSE

* Thu Jan 19 2023 Fedora Release Engineering <> - 1.7-3
- Rebuilt for

* Tue Aug 16 2022 Jonathan Wright <> - 1.7-2
- adjust description per upstream request

* Tue Aug 16 2022 Jonathan Wright <> - 1.7-1
- Initial package build
- rhbz#2118835