dfc version 1.2.0 is available
It brings new options including the awaited "human-readable".
Yep, version 1.2.0 is already available.
What's new over version 1.1.4?For the invisible part, code has been re-factored in some ways.
For what you will notice:
- Filesystem name is now less truncated (ie: something like
/dev/mapper/home/foowas previously truncated to
/dev/mappercausing the loss of useful information and is now truncated to
- Default behavior is now to print size in human-readable format (other options still available)
- -b option to display size in Bytes (which was the default previously)
- -i option prints information about the number of inodes and the available ones
Well, I think dfc is getting more mature. Hope you enjoy and do not hesitate to contact me if there is a feature that you would like to see implemented or if you encounter some bugs!