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Source code changes of the file "README" between
xdiskusage-1.50.tgz and xdiskusage-1.51.tgz

About: Grapical display of disk usage (requires fltk)

README  (xdiskusage-1.50.tgz):README  (xdiskusage-1.51.tgz)
xdiskusage Version 1.46 xdiskusage Version 1.51
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How to compile xdiskusage: How to compile xdiskusage:
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You need fltk. If you do not have it yet, download it from You need fltk. If you do not have it yet, download it from
http://www.fltk.org, and compile and install it. You can also http://www.fltk.org, and compile and install it. You can also
use the CVS version of fltk2 located on the same site. use the CVS version of fltk2 located on the same site.
Type "./configure" (not necessary if you have gmake) Type "./configure" (not necessary if you have gmake)
skipping to change at line 32 skipping to change at line 32
How to use xdiskusage: How to use xdiskusage:
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Typing "xdiskusage dir" where "dir" is a folder causes "du" to be Typing "xdiskusage dir" where "dir" is a folder causes "du" to be
run on that folder and the result displayed. If the named file is run on that folder and the result displayed. If the named file is
a symbolic link it is dereferenced before being sent to du. The "-a" a symbolic link it is dereferenced before being sent to du. The "-a"
switch, if given, is passed to "du" to cause all files to be measured. switch, if given, is passed to "du" to cause all files to be measured.
Typing "xdiskusage file" where "file" is not a folder makes Typing "xdiskusage file" where "file" is not a folder makes
xdiskusage parse that file as though it was "du" output and display xdiskusage parse that file as though it was "du" output and display
the result. the result. You can use "-" to read from stdin, thus allowing you
to pipe a du command to the display, for instance "du -k . | xdiskusage".
You can type several file and folder names and get several display You can type several file and folder names and get several display
windows. windows.
If no files are named, you can pipe the output from another program to
xdiskusage. If stdin is not a terminal xdiskusage will parse it as "du"
output and display the result. For instance "du -k . | xdiskusage".
Typing just "xdiskusage" brings up the disk browser described here: Typing just "xdiskusage" brings up the disk browser described here:
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How to use the Disk Browser How to use the Disk Browser
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By default xdiskusage presents you with a list of all the disks By default xdiskusage presents you with a list of all the disks
mounted on your system (it found these by running "df"). Click one of mounted on your system (it found these by running "df"). Click one of
these names and it will scan the entire disk (by running "du") and these names and it will scan the entire disk (by running "du") and
present a graphical display of how much space all the files are taking present a graphical display of how much space all the files are taking
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