Dinz wrote:I'm yet to check if the removal of nemo has any effect on other packages or UI issues,since i'm still using Cinnamon 1.6.
can't tell you for sure but cinnamon from now on will rely on nemo and not nautilus, see this
Will you still be able to use Nautilus with Cinnamon or will you need Nemo?
Yes. You can run any file manager with Cinnamon and if you don’t run Nemo we strongly suggest you take a look at Marlin and Caja.
Beware that Cinnamon and Nemo are meant to work together though. Right now there are components of Cinnamon which are tightly linked to Nautilus. These will be replaced by optional components which will tightly link to Nemo. So going forward, Cinnamon should work with any file browser, but it will have more features if you use Nemo.
To give you an example, you can currently define what desktop icons are visible in Cinnamon. Behind the curtain, that’s Cinnamon Settings exposing some Nautilus configuration. That is being removed (these options are gone in Nautilus 3.6 anyway, so there’s no real loss here for Nautilus users) and replaced with Cinnamon exposing some Nemo configuration, if and only if Nemo is installed. So if you’re using Caja you can set this in mintDesktop, if you’re using Marlin there’s probably options for it in Marlin, if you’re using Nemo it will be there in Cinnamon.
When it comes to packaging we’re aware that Cinnamon is used by many people and distributed by many distributions. Nemo won’t be a hard requirement, so it will be at the discretion of each distribution or user to decide whether or not they want/need Nemo and that shouldn’t impact on them using/distributing Cinnamon.
Dinz wrote:Will there be a future enhancement to support RabbitVCS on Nemo File manger
nemo is very young, the additional extensions have 2 days << this is just to say that you seeing the birth of a project
i believe that those features will be added in the future, but you can request them here >> https://github.com/linuxmint/nemo-extensions/issues