As before: For those of you who are able to do some testing, grab www.eslrahc.com/emelfm2/emelfm2-0.3.4-070706.tar.bz2 As noted in a previous message, the main thing to watch out for in this version is the recursive file operations (copy, delete, rename, chmod etc etc). Changes have been made to increase their reliability in the event of a problem, so you should see no change in most cases, and sometimes, better behaviour. In anything this extensive, there may be some regressions too. The archive is essentially a rollup of my local codebase, so it has a few things that aren't in svn. That's no issue for you as a user, though. There's code for an encrypt/decrypt plugin. See the file USAGE for a few tips on using the plugin. I've given it a reasonably-extensive workout, but IMO it should still be treated with some caution! The plugin allows (and defaults to) retaining the original file after encrypting, and I recommend that for now at least, you do that. PLEASE NOTE about the crypt plugin: I'm still thinking about changing the API, in particular to allow use of external compression libraries instead of the embedded mini-LZO code. If that change is made, any file encrypted with this plugin would need to be decrypted with this same version. There's code for a ACL-manager plugin, .... That plugin is an optional build, anyhow. See Makefile.config for the relevant 'make' parameter, if you want to play with this plugin. UPDATE ON ACL PLUGIN After some testing and fixing, a more friendly version of the ACL-manager (and it actually works now) is now at http://svn.emelfm2.net/offcuts/e2p_acl.c and while there, grab ACL-USAGE.txt. The UI is still clunky, need to find a way to reasonably support all that flexibility ... HAPPY TESTING Regards Tom -- Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by logging into the web interface.