Shell script to display the file sizes of the folders and files in a given directory
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piles

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piles

making sense of your piles of files

piles is a script to display the file sizes of the folders and files in a given directory. This is useful to get a sense of which folders/files take up the most space.

piles is written with compatibility in mind. It should work with most shells (bash, zsh, dash, heirloom, etc).

Usage

Run piles to display the folders/files in the directory, or piles DIR to show the folders/files in DIR.

The optional -n flag allows you to change the number of folders/files displayed.

piles -n 5 will display only the top 5 folders/files.

You can run piles -n 0 to display all the folders/files.

License

Do whatever you want with it!