jc - it's a two-panel crossplatform file manager, like NC or FAR.
• works in any operating system with Java virtual
• comfortable file system navigation;
• view folders in tabs;
• file operations: execution, copy, move, delete,
• file search by mask and content;
• internal file editor;
• network support (using jcifs lib);
• internal unpacker (zip/jar/tar/tar.gz/tgz);
• internal zip-packer;
• internal image viewer (jpg, gif, png, bmp);
• user hot keys support;
• multilingual support.
What's new in jc 0.657
• added - partial drag and drop support (files can be dropped to the jc window from other programs);
• added - new command - copy file to the current dir (Shift+F5);
• added - system icons for files;
• added - Italian loclization (by joe20 http://sourceforge.net/users/joe20);
• fixed - search in text locks files;
• fixed - Hot keys "Copy path" and "Copy name" are mixed;
• fixed - File cleared when copied to itself;
• fixed - Search - Any text can be found in empty file;
• fixed - some small bugs.
Java 1.5 or later is required to run jc. Java 1.6 is recommended, you
can download it at http://java.com.
If Java vrtaul machine is installed properly, jc can be runned by
double click on jc.jar. To run jc from command line
execute java -jar jc.jar command. You can use jc_win.exe to run jc in
jc is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License
Additionally, jc uses the following third party works:
The Commons-IO library is used by jc under the terms of the Apache
The jCIFS library is used under the terms of the LGPL license