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Welcome to the Midnight Commander Development Center

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Introduction

GNU Midnight Commander is a file manager for the shell, which is licensed under GPL and is therefore Free Software.

As Midnight Commander is a text mode application. It can be used locally and/or remotely, on the console or under the X Window System.

This is the new site for the Midnight Commander, due to some restructurements in the development team the repository was moved from savannah into this git repository.

Contributors; development team(active developers)

Documentation

Currently there is not much documentation about the features of Midnight Commander and how you can best work with it.

As not everyone is familiar with mc, we'll provide some basic Documentation right here. Please come back soon. :)

Draft od documentation placed here?

Mailing list for developers (or interested observers :])

mc-devel(at)gnome(dot)org

Mailing list for development-related discussions

mc-commits(at)googlegroups(dot)com

Mailling list only for applyed commits into master/mc-4.6 branches (use it as RSS :) )

mc-bugs(at)googlegroups(dot)com

Mailing list only for tickets and comments (use it as RSS :) )

Mailing list for users:

mc(at)gnome(dot)org

Other resources

mc-dev(@)conference.jabber.org

This is your English-speak jabber room

Downloading

A list of the lastest releases can be found here. If you are interested in developing please have also a look on our git: In order to get a checkout of the git use this:

We also have an autosyncing git mirror at http://repo.or.cz/w/midnight-commander.git/ repo.or.cz As it uses gitweb at Web UI - it can provide information unavailable via trac browse plugin.

Contributing

You are interested in mc and would like to improve it? Cool! Feel free to post your patches to the tickets and review patches there. If you do this on a regular basis we'll ask you if you maybe want to become a dev. However when you work with the ticket system please have a look on our WorkingGuideLines, so that your work is noticed by us.

If you are unfamiliar with git, you can also have a short view on our GitGuideLines where the workflow with git is described quite practical.