[ < ] [ > ]   [ << ] [ Up ] [ >> ]         [Top] [Contents] [Index] [ ? ] gitfm Setup

In this section the variables have only one field.


This variable specifies the file specific information displayed at startup. It can be any of ‘OwnerGroup’, ‘DateTime’, ‘Size’, ‘AbbrevSize’, ‘Mode’ or ‘FullName’. Its value initially affects both panels but it can be changed separately afterward.


This variable specifies the startup sort method. It can be any of ‘Name’, ‘Extension’, ‘Size’, ‘Date’, ‘Mode’, ‘OwnerId’, ‘GroupId’, ‘OwnerName’ or ‘GroupName’. Its value initially affects both panels but it can be changed separately afterward.


Maximum number of digits a number may be before being scaled (e.g. to ‘123M’). If you want number to always be scaled, either set this to ‘0’, or set ‘StartupFileDisplayMode’ to ‘AbbrevSize’. Note that scaling may happen anyway if the number is too large for the display field.


If this variable is ‘ON’, digits of file sizes will be grouped according to your locale, (e.g. ‘123,456,789’).


If this variable is ‘ON’, the user is prompted for confirmation at exit.


This variable specifies the history file name. The default value is ‘~/.githistory’.


If this variable is ‘OFF’, auxiliary file informations are not displayed. This can be useful if you are using a very slow terminal.


If this variable is ‘OFF’ when matching files for select-files-matching-pattern / unselect-files-matching-pattern then the leading '.' in the file name is matched only explicitly.


If this variable is ‘OFF’, colors are not used when displaying files. Normally, the information in the ‘GITFM-FTI’ section is used to display files with different colors, depending on their types. Note that ‘TypeSensitivity’ is automatically set to ‘OFF’ when ‘AnsiColors’ is ‘OFF’. See section Setting up colors for different file types, for mor information.

NormalModeHelp’ ‘CommandLineModeHelp

These variables describe the status bar contents for each gitfm mode when no errors occurred. gitfm can display on the status bar a help string and/or some system information (system type, hostname, machine type and the current date) using escape characters:

	\s      ->      the system type
	\h      ->      the host name
	\m      ->      the machine type
	\d      ->      the current date

See section Panel modes, for more information.

[ < ] [ > ]   [ << ] [ Up ] [ >> ]         [Top] [Contents] [Index] [ ? ]

This document was generated by Ian Beckwith on March, 1 2009 using texi2html 1.78.