shell program to display visual disk usage with navigation
Years have passed and disks have become larger and larger, but even
on this incredibly huge harddisk era, the space seems to disappear
over time. This small shell program provides more convenient
listing than the default disk usage du(1). The program displays what has
happened since last run and displays dir size and the total
percentage. It is possible to navigate and descend to directories by
using cursor keys with text based browsers like links, elinks, lynx etc.
gt5 for Debian
To choose specific browser, please consult the manual page for
-- Jari Aalto <email@example.com> Sun, 06 Dec 2009 20:42:33 +0200
"gt5" or "where has my diskspace gone?"
Years ago, I was proud to own an 80MHz, 16MB RAM PC with a huge 512MB
harddisk. But even on this incredibly huge harddisk, my diskspace seemed
to disappear over time. So I wrote a little tool to find out where all my
diskspace had gone: I called it
gt5 - a diff-capable 'du-browser'
gt5 [ dir | file | dir file | file file2 ] [options]
gt5 reads the output of du, compares it with a du-log saved
by the last run, converts it into HTML and opens the result‐
ing file with a textbrowser.
If files are
gt5 (1.5.0~20111220+bzr29-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release
- Improve --debug o
2011-12-20 Jari Aalto <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* gt5.1: (ENVIRONMENT): Document GT5_DEBUG_DIR.
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