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I am writing a bash script that will bring up a "Open file" dialog displaying files with a *.hex ending. Once the file is chosen, the path of the file is sent to a variable, so that the bash script can perform some tasks on that given file.
I am wondering if there is a program, like the curses-based dialog app, that can display a GTK+2.0 file selection dialog. I found this application, but the file selection dialog that it uses doens't look anything like those in the rest of the GNOME desktop. I am not a programmer so I probably could not make a stand-alone program that does this.