xplr - A hackable, minimal, fast TUI file explorer

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xplr is a terminal UI based file explorer that aims to increase our terminal productivity by being a flexible, interactive orchestrator for the ever growing awesome command-line utilities that work with the file-system. To achieve its goal, xplr strives to be a fast, minimal and more importantly, hackable file explorer.

https://arijitbasu.in/xplr/en
https://github.com/sayanarijit/xplr

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