It’s looking pretty good. Bit more testing and it’ll be time to make a release.
Looks nice! And… wow… I remember checking out i.Scribe back in the day (early 2000s) on both BeOS and Windows . Nice to see it still being worked on!
I like it. I don’t know the “old” BeOS but I would use it for an easy overview on my folders.
I imagine i.Disk will have some advanced features, but if you’d like to get a quick overview of your folders now, give DiskUsage a spin.
@humdinger Thanks for this tip.
I like the look of i.Disk and look forward to the release.
Looks wonderful! Since you already have a Linux version, would you be willing to attempt a re-compile for ppc64le Linux?
Willing yes, but not sure how. I certainly don’t have any native hardware to do that. I have done cross compilation before.
I’ve always used ncdu, but a GUI option is nice
Cross-compilation should be straight forward, and I’m sure people would be interested in ARM/AARCH64 binaries for Raspberry Pi users. I don’t know what you’re using for your build environment or 3rd party dependencies, but setting
CC equal to the cross compilation binary, and installing the extra cross compilers should do it.
It seems Zig can be used for such things, but I’ve never tried it. Cross-compile a C/C++ Project with Zig - Zig NEWS