Command Line Progress Bar 1.11.1

A simple tool to copy a stream of data and print a display for the user

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What's new in Command Line Progress Bar 1.11.0:

  • This version adds a display-numeric option for piping the output to dialog or zenity; a display-wait option to wait for the data stream to begin; customizable progress bar characters; and a system-wide /etc/clpbarrc configuration file.
  • It will check for and use the -m64 compiler flag on supported systems.
  • It fixes compiler warnings, as well as math errors on some 64-bit systems that would cause segmentation faults and infinite loops.
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Michael Peek
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Command Line Progress Bar
Command Line Progress Bar is a simple tool to copy a stream of data and print a display for the user on stderr showing (a) the ammount of data passed, (b) the throughput of the data transfer, and (c) the transfer time, or, if the total size of the data stream is known, the estimated time remaining, what percentage of the data transfer has been completed, and a progress bar.

Bar was originally written for the purpose of estimating the ammount of time needed to transfer large ammounts (many, many gigabytes) of data accross a network.

Last updated on March 22nd, 2011

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