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Arik Hadas
@ahadas
(btw, about the log level, it is persisted to the preferences.xml file, so you can also change it there)
Gerolf Scherr
@gerolfscherr
thanks mate
SakJaTeda
@SakJaTeda_twitter
Hi guys. I am just wondering where to get the dark theme that is on displayed on the official website? Tried googling but I guess I am too much of an amateur :S
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@SakJaTeda_twitter hehe, good question - you can check this with @Pasqualle
jimtng
@jimtng:matrix.org
[m]
Hi, I am a bit confused about Mark -> Compare Folders. Is there an explanation about what it does exactly?
I'm looking for a "Synchronize Directories" feature much like in Double Commander / Total Commander.
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@jimtng:matrix.org it goes over the files presented in both panels and mark the ones that are different. files that appear in both folders won't be marked. it doesn't synchronizes the folders so I'm afraid it won't provide you with the functionality you're looking for
jimtng
@jimtng:matrix.org
[m]
Thanks
Andreas
@Andreas0602
It would be great if binaries (especially dmg file for Mac) were posted on the nightly build page.
Andreas
@Andreas0602
Okay, I see that meanwhile v1.0.0 has been released on the official website. In principle, that's great, but unfortunately, macOS says that the app is damaged, and that it should be moved to trash.
This problem can be fixed by running "sudo xattr -cr /Applications/muCommander.app". For a nighly build, this might be acceptable, but an official release should not have this problem.
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@Andreas0602 posting a dmg for the nightly build requires executing a job on macOS.. do you know a reasonable way to achieve that?
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
regarding the issue you wrote about with v1.0.0 - yeah, it's a known issue that is documented on the readme page:
https://github.com/mucommander/mucommander/blob/master/package/readme.txt#L62-L63
there has always been a question whether it is worth paying 99$ a year to get an Apple developer account and being able to sign the application as people find this alternative themselves or use homebrew (note that it was updated already: Homebrew/homebrew-cask#122126)
Andreas
@Andreas0602

Hmm, with with v0.9.7, there was no message saying that the app was damaged. How did you manage to avoid that message with v0.9.7? There was only a message saying that the developer could not be verified. These are two different messages. The latter one is quite common. It can easily be fixed by the user without the need to run a command in the terminal.

Also, the advice in readme.txt to apply the xattr command to the file <jar_name>.jar is not very helpful. The advice is imprecise, because it does not tell the exact path and name of the jar file to which the xattr command should be applied. As I said before, I had to apply the xattr command to muCommander.app, not to some jar file, to fix the problem. I'm downloading a lot of different apps from the internet, but so far I never had to mess around with the xattr command to make them work.

And no, sorry, I don't know how to automate the process of building a dmg on macOS.

Andreas
@Andreas0602
You could use hdiutil to build a dmg on macOS: https://ss64.com/osx/hdiutil.html
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@Andreas0602 thanks for the feedback! the only change I remember is switching to jpackage, I doubt that's the reason though. I see more project face this like chromium (https://www.reddit.com/r/MacOS/comments/q9d772/homebrew_chromium_is_damaged_and_cant_be_openend/) so it could be a consequence of something that has changed in macOS
I'll probably sign the application next time, that is likely to solve all those issues (and in addition, muCommander could be uploaded to the AppStore)
Balint Csuthy
@Pasqualle

Hi guys. I am just wondering where to get the dark theme that is on displayed on the official website? Tried googling but I guess I am too much of an amateur :S

The screenshot is from ubuntu. I do not use it currently, but I think it came with gnome settings. I could not find a similar dark theme on windows.

Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@SakJaTeda_twitter FYI, I'm working on adding flatlaf and managed to get to a similar dark theme, check it out: https://ibb.co/w6D6WZm
Andreas
@Andreas0602
That's good to hear, @ahadas. It will solve some other problems too. However, I would like to draw your attention to one small problem with flatlaf: In the column headers NAME, SIZE, DATE etc, the arrow indicating the sort order is not visible. It would be good if you could find a way to fix this.
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@Andreas0602 nice catch, yeah, those arrows are indeed not visible with flatlaf. but it wouldn't make much sense to patch it in mucommander - better to change add that to flatlaf. so how about filing an issue to flatlaf about that (https://github.com/JFormDesigner/FlatLaf/issues) ?
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
Unless it's a result of how we set the header.. I'll take a look
Andreas
@Andreas0602
@ahadas, all LAFs coming with muCommander (CDE/Motiv, Metal, Nimbus) have the same issue, except Mac OS X.
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
yeah, only macOS though
Andreas
@Andreas0602
I just tried the VAqua Look & Feel, and the arrows in the column headers are missing there too. So, filing an issue to flatlaf would not make much sense. I'll open a ticket for muCommander.
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
thanks @Andreas0602 , it seems to be a consequence of https://github.com/mucommander/mucommander/blob/1.0.0-1/mucommander-core/src/main/java/com/mucommander/ui/main/table/FileTableColumnModel.java#L85-L87 - I guess we need to do that per L&F rather than per operating system..
Straightpool
@Straightpool
I just installed muCommander v1.0.1 fresh on a new Macbook Air M2 with macOS Montery 12.5.1. muCommander can browse local folders fine but can't connect to my Samba SMB server (error is always "This folder does not exist or is not available), unless I mount the shares on Finder and let muCommander leverage the Finder server connection via /Volumes/. I assume muCommander is not M1/M2 compatible yet (https://isapplesiliconready.com/de/app/muCommander), any issue I can track on this? Is it planned to add compatibility? Let me know if I can help support debug this
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@Straightpool do you know what version of SMB is used? v1.0.1 only supports SMBv1 which is relatively old protocol, I merged patches to support SMBv2 (mucommander/mucommander#101) which will be included in the next version. until then you can try the nightly, portable version:
https://github.com/mucommander/mucommander/releases/tag/nightly
Straightpool
@Straightpool
@ahadas Thanks nightly works great and can build up SMB connections. I remembered due to a security issue with SMBv1, a number of weeks ago I limited my file server to minimum SMBv2, max SMBv3. Love muCommander, thank you for the great tool.
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@Straightpool great to hear, and thanks for the feedback :) I was actually looking for more feedback specifically on this part, since the contributor of this change reported that it works significantly slower (see mucommander/mucommander#522 ) - I didn't notice that with my machines..
Straightpool
@Straightpool
I did some performance testing today on my Macbook M2 with Version 1.01 Samba v1 vs Version 1.1.0 Portable with Samba 2.1+. I copied a 4.9 GB file back and forth. Copy within the file server was much faster with 1.1.0 (16 sec vs 4:30 min), as was download off the file server (32MB/sec 2:40min vs 20MB/sec 4:20min). The only test which was slower with 1.1.0 was copy to the file server (15MB/sec 5:28min vs. 18MB/sec 4:35min). Hope this helps?
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@Straightpool thanks for sharing that! yeah, this also aligns with what I saw on my machine so I think we're good to go with that change :)
franbu
@franbu
hello everyone; sorry for raising a pedestrian point, but it seems to me that the link to download the Windows version is broken on the main website; can anyone point me to another official download link?
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@franbu thanks again for pointing this out, it has been fixed
hajdam
@hajdam:matrix.org
[m]
Hi, I might have some spare time to try to improve internal viewers/editors a little bit (if anyone is using them).
  • Is it ok to add @Nonnull (JSR-305) everywhere?
  • Is it ok to copy stuff from TrolCommander?
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@hajdam:matrix.org yes, it's ok to add @Nonnull - we used to document that (when a parameter can/should not be null) but I think it would be better to use this annotation instead, and it improving the internal (text, right?) viewers/editors would be welcome, including copying stuff from TrolCommander (not only the license permits that but also their maintainer pushed for doing that when it talked with him a while ago), but we really need to make sure we don't end with something too complicated to maintain - those viewers/editors could take a lot of our time and it's not the primary focus of muCommander (I'd rather prefer to integrate third party tools in that case)
hajdam
@hajdam:matrix.org
[m]
I see, thanks for the answer. I assume primary focus is file browsing and accessing archives and remote file services? Any plan to support external modules so that additional functionality could be independent and not constrict maintainability of the core app?
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
We have a mechanism for extension points, based on OSGi and the viewers/editors are now implemented as OSGi bundles
and yes, file browsing and accessing archives and remote file services are indeed the primary focus
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
"We have a mechanism for extension points, based on OSGi and the viewers/editors are now implemented as OSGi bundles" - so they are pretty much isolated but still, we don't want these bundles to be too complicated..
hajdam
@hajdam:matrix.org
[m]
Yes, I checked that viewers are dynamically loaded. I meant if there is any further plan with that - maybe I'll try to play with it later.
First, I'll try to fix some issues I didn't manage to finish in my last viewers update. I'll try to keep it lean - I understand it's also a chore to review changes in area which is secondary. :-/
Piotr Skowronek
@pskowronek
ad editors/viewer: mucommander/mucommander#787 - PR with syntax highlighting (just a PoC)
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@pskowronek nice! yeah, I also noticed that when "backporting" the ability to set the timeout for the presentation of quick-search results in trolcommander - we can take it as a reference
@hajdam:matrix.org ack, actually I'm looking forward to your patches, you've done a really good job in that area before ;)
Piotr Skowronek
@pskowronek
@ahadas "the ability to set the timeout for the presentation of quick-search results" ?
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@pskowronek yeah - mucommander/mucommander#775
hajdam
@hajdam:matrix.org
[m]
Well... I cancelled my original plan to add more functionality to file viewers during hacktoberfest as it seems you don't wish that... Still plan to cleanup some things there... I tried to improve image viewer for now, although I was not able to make pinch-to-zoom working. If anyone can check if it's working on Mac please...
mucommander/mucommander#788
Arik Hadas
@ahadas
@hajdam:matrix.org everything seems to work well but pinch-to-zoon doesn't work for me on macOS..
Stoyan Deckoff
@DeckoffStoyan_twitter
Hello everyone. Anyone using muCommander with pCloud on Windows. Works perferctly under linux ( ubuntu 22.04/deb) but fails to read the pcloud dir and crashed under win