FSearch is a fast file search utility, inspired by Everything Search Engine. It’s written in C and based on GTK3.
Development Builds: https://launchpad.net/~christian-boxdoerfer/+archive/ubuntu/fsearch-daily
Release Builds: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/fsearch/
Development Builds: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/fsearch-git/
Release Builds: https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/cboxdoerfer/fsearch/
Development Builds: https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/cboxdoerfer/fsearch_nightly/
The localization of FSearch is managed with Weblate.
If you want to contribute translations please submit them there, instead of opening pull requets on GitHub. Instructions can be found here: https://docs.weblate.org/en/latest/user/basic.html
And of course: Thank you for taking the time to translate FSearch!
Performance. On Windows I really like to use Everything Search Engine. It provides instant results as you type for all your files and lots of useful features (regex, filters, bookmarks, …). On Linux I couldn’t find anything that’s even remotely as fast and powerful.
Before I started working on FSearch, I took a look at existing solutions. I tried MATE Search Tool (formerly GNOME Search Tool), Recoll, Krusader (locate based search), SpaceFM File Search, Nautilus, ANGRYsearch and Catfish, to find out whether it makes sense to improve those. However, they’re not exactly what I was looking for:
I highly recommend fzf or the obvious tools: find and (m)locate
I like both of them, and my long term goal is to provide console, GTK3 and Qt5 interfaces, or at least make it easy for others to build those. However, for the time being it’s only GTK3 because I like C more than C++, and I’m more familiar with GTK development.