When comparing jFileProcessor vs Deepin File Manager, the Slant community recommends Deepin File Manager for most people. In the question“What are the best Linux file managers?” Deepin File Manager is ranked 10th while jFileProcessor is ranked 23rd.
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Pro Easy to run commands on selected files
Find/select files in sub-folders. run touch %f or cp %f /somefolder (this is a way to copy selected files in different levels, into 1 folder, flattening out the copy).
Pro Easy rename files script
Select files. regex to match pieces of filenames, rename adding, leaving out, and reusing saved pieces.
Pro Groovy scripts to watch and act on files that get created/put into a folder.
So you can watch a folder and process files that come into it.
Pro You can make your own file associations. You can make 3 types, per suffix, per filename, per exact file.
With exact file you can create a folder of job or desktop icon names. Double-click that file to run the job since it is tied to just that specific file.
Pro Can make sftp connections
Pro You can write a script to modify your list
Your script can modify contents in the list window it is working on.
Pro Plugin scripts
Just put groovy scripts in menu-scripts folder and they will automatically run using currently selected files.
Pro Run any groovy scriptable command on a list
Run commands on your lists: grep files to find stuff, delete/copy/move files, etc.. Even copy a file to a remote host and execute it.
Pro Create and work with lists of filenames or any string
Search files and save to another file or a list window. Add or subtract one list from another.
Pro Can do count only
Just count matching search criterion.
Pro Good search
Search on modified time, file size, glob/regex name, folder depth; and/or on these and can do range.
Available for Linux, Windows, macOS - just needs java 7+ (written with 8).
Pro Send files and folders to external drives just from the right click menu
Pro Supports natural sorting of file names
The only other file manager that supports this is Dolphin.
Pro Beautiful UI
Pro Written in Qt
Pro Has dark theme support
Con Does not see attached phone files
No mtp:/ connected phone files.
Con Extensions not supported
Currently it does not support script extensions. It would be more useful having plugin to integrate with Dropbox and git.
Kind of in between nautilus and pcmanfm.
Con Lack of compact view mode
No compact view with small icons, labels to the right, and multiple dynamically sized columns. This is a standard UI idiom. What is their rationale to not support it?