Necromancer’s Dos Navigator (NDN) is a clone of the famous “Norton Commander”.
It uses an easy to use and learn text-mode interface, is highly customizable, and is packed with features. Every part of NDN features mouse support including the mouse wheel.
NDN’s main programming language is Pascal.
Note, this software has not seen a new release since 2010.
- Long File Names Support.
- Multi-windowed interface.
- Disk utilities.
- Comprehensive file manager.
- Powerful customizable editor:
- Syntax highlighting with many options;
- Horizontal/vertical blocks;
- Multiple codepages;
- Multi-level Undo/redo;
- Powerful searching;
- Regular expressions;
- Support for Unix/Mac/DOS linetypes;
- Text formatting (upcase line/word/block etc…) and many other features that make editing files easier;
- 10 macros;
- Switch directly from editor to viewer.
- Hex-editor with code pages support.
- File viewer:
- Text view;
- asm/dump/hex edit;
- Raw blocks;
- Header viewer;
- Regular expressions;
- Syntax highlighting in text mode and disassembler mode;
- Unlimited filesize;
- Supports DBF, PKT/MSG, and TDR files.
- Powerful filepanel with highlighting.
- Virtual File Systems.
- File find with text search.
- Huge strings support.
- Spreadsheet communications.
- Calculator with support for many functions, hexadecimal, octal, binary and decimal operations, and a common clipboard.
- Keyboard macros.
- Phone book.
- Compare 2 directories.
- Visualization of file list.
- Edit volume labels.
- Manage a phone book with names, passwords and memos.
- 28 types of archives supported:
- ARJ – ARJ;
- BSA – BSArc v1.xx;
- BS2 – BSArc v2.xx;
- CAB – CABinet;
- CHZ – ChArc;
- HA – HA;
- HAP – HAP;
- HPK – HPack;
- HYP – Hyper;
- LHA – LHArc;
- LIM – Limit;
- QRK – Quark;
- RAR – RAR;
- SQZ – SQZ;
- TAR – Tape ARchiver for *NIX;
- UC2 – Ultra Compressor II;
- UFA – UFA;
- ZIP – PKZIP;
- ZOO – Zoo;
- ZXZ – ZXZip;
- IS3 – InstallShield v3.00.xxx;
- INS – installSHIELD archiver;
- TGZ – Tape ARchiver for *NIX/packer GZip;
- DIR – CDDIR;
- SWG – SWAG.
- Cross-platform support. The software runs on Linux, DOS and Windows.
Developer: NDN Team
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