Projects / TDFSB


TDFSB reads directory information and displays it as a 3D world. cd'ing into another directory is possible by simply walking into the assigned sphere. It also reads images and text files and displays their contents. It plays MP3 files and MPEG-1 videos as 3D objects.


Recent releases

  •  22 Jun 2007 13:25

    Release Notes: This release works with freeglut and gives tdfsb a centered view on startup.

    •  22 Aug 2004 19:41

      Release Notes: Support for mouse wheels has been added. Users may now launch an xterm from the current path. Executing a custom command with the current path or a selected file as an argument is also possible.

      •  18 Apr 2002 12:27

        Release Notes: The TDFSB is now able to play MP3 and MPEG1 video files using the SMPEG library. Several bugs have been fixed, and some improvements have been made.

        •  09 Apr 2002 09:04

          Release Notes: SDL is now used for window and event management, and SDL_image is now used for image loading. A shell script has been included for easier installation. BeOS and FreeBSD support was added (the tarball contains a binary for BeOS).

          •  08 Jan 2002 08:50

            Release Notes: Cursor key and mouse handling were improved, and you can now move multiple directions at once.

            Recent comments

            03 Apr 2013 02:17 jaimechiquita111

            I have installed it today and I like it.
            If i could collaborate I tank you.

            10 Dec 2004 03:57 hellzhunter

            gif idea
            i love this program, another idea, make animated gif's animated when you select it

            11 Nov 2003 23:08 raffee

            Re: Awesome program!
            More suggestions:
            - middle mouse button instead of 'O' key to change classic style of mouse navigation
            - I suggest to make one-dot (current) directory ball more transparent as well as in different color (shape, size?)

            06 Apr 2002 17:54 ivan5242

            Awesome program!
            This is the best! I spent 2 hours going through my filesystem the first time I tried this. My ideas: (1) A Makefile for easier compilation, (2) Play mp3s, wav's when right clicking on a sound file, (3) Higher quality image when an image is selected, (4) Some sort of cache, (5) Ability to hop to a directory right from the program, (6) Transparent images could actually be transparent instead of a black background, (7) Have the ".." directory sphere marked in a different color. Again, great job on this!


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