pyc

pycp

cp and mv with a progress bar

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pycp: cp and mv with a progressbar

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See pycp --help for detailed usage.

Development happens on github <https://github.com/dmerejkowsky/pycp>_

Installation

pycp works both for any version greater than Python 3.4, and is installable with pip.

For Archlinux, a PKGBUILD is also available on AUR

Notes

  • Implementation heavily inspired by the wonderful library progressbar by Nilton Volpato.

  • I also maintain a similary tool written in rust called rusync <https://github.com/dmerejkowsky/rusync>_. It has a different set of features (so you may want to stick with pycpy), but is much faster.

  • 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 progress bars when performing command-line operations, see clpbar: http://clpbar.sourceforge.net/

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