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).
piles to display the folders/files in the directory, or
piles DIR to show the folders/files in DIR.
-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.
Do whatever you want with it!