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What it looks like:
pycp --help for detailed usage.
Development happens on
pycp works both for any version greater than Python 3.4, and is installable with
PKGBUILD is also available on
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/