New port: shells/viewglob, a GTK+ add-on to bash and zsh
viewglob is an utility designed to complement the Unix shell
in graphical environments. It has two parts:
1. A tool that sits as a layer between the shell and X
terminal, keeping track of the user's current directory
and command line.
2. A graphical display which shows the layouts of directories
referenced on the command line (including pwd).
The display reveals the results of file globs and expansions
as they are typed (hence the name), highlighting selected
files and potential name completions.
It can also be used as a surrogate terminal, where keystrokes
typed in the display are passed to the shell. Files and
directories can be double-clicked to insert their names
and/or paths into the terminal.
Submitted by: Jean-Yves Lefort <firstname.lastname@example.org>