ANNOUNCE: gnome-find v0.4 released

gnome-find v0.4 has been released.

gnome-find is an easy-to-use, but powerful, graphical version of the
GNU "find" utility.

It is not just a front-end which forks and execs "find", nor is it a
utility that reinvents the wheel by rewriting the "find" utility
itself.  Instead, the original source code to the GNU "find" utility
(findutils-4.1) was used, and a GUI component integrated into it.

The major highlights of this release include:
- A minor bug fix.
- German and Korean translations
- Implemented remaining advanced search options/tests (-mode, -user,
  -group, -uid, -gid, -nouser, -nogroup, -size, -type, -xtype, -empty,
  -inum, -links).
- A complete preferences system to change settings for all toolbar
  styles; saving/restoring window sizes; and file operation commands
  to execute from the results window.
- Implemented file operation commands executed from the results window
  (e.g., open, delete, copy, print, execute).

A much more complete list of items to be completed can be found in the
TODO file, included in the source distribution.

You can download this release at:

gnome-find's homepage can be found at:

If you would like to help with development, please take a look at the
aforementioned TODO file, and send me email if you are interested.

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