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README.txt

PYCP: cp and mv with a progressbar
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DESCRIPTION
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pycp / pymv are meant to be used from the command line.

pycp.pbar was heavily based on the wonderful library progressbar by Nilton Volpato.

See man page for detail usage

Screenshot:

  $ pycp -g ~/test/tbbt/ /tmp
   29% -  45.11 M/s - [#########                        ] - 2 on 4 ETA  : 00:00:11
   19% /home/yannick/test/tbbt/t2.avi [#####                     ] ETA  : 00:00:01



INSTALLATION
------------

First, make sure you have Python3 installed.

Then run:

  pip install pycp

(On your machine, pip may be called ``pip3``)

For Archlinux, a PKGBUILD is also available on AUR


BUGS
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None known ... yet.
Please report if you find one

SEE ALSO
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* If you are looking for a ncurses-based solution, vcp maybe the right choice
  for you http://www.freebsdsoftware.org/sysutils/vcp.html


* If you are looking for a more general solution to display progressbars when
  performing command-line operations, see clpbar: http://clpbar.sourceforge.net/


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