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Ant Commander 2.0 - Java File Manager

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I've just released Ant Commander 2.0.

Ant Commander is a file manager written in Java using Ant for file manipulation and commons-vfs for file access.

And now it's free even at your work.

It support all vfs file system: local, samba, ftp, iso, zip, tar.gz, bz2, ...

It also contains a small text editor, an HTML and image viewer.
There is also an applet viewer, bean shell, command line.

It keep the folder or files history and you can also bookmark them.

You can also use it to start your applications/documents or run your own Ant targets or tasks.

What's new:

  • It's now also free for professional use
  • Most of the plug-ins are now included
  • Improved tab manipulation
  • and much more


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