pipemeter is a command line utility that displays the speed and, if possible, progress, of data moving from its input to its output.
|Tags||Utilities Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release is only known to be relevant for people using older compilers and FreeBSD. The copyright messages were updated. A patch to make pipemeter compile cleanly on older versions of gcc was applied. The pkgpipemeter.sh script was fixed to create tags in the tags directory.
Release Notes: A possible divide by zero bug was fixed. The -F option was added to read in a list of files. Arbitrary "non-option" arguments were made equivalent to -f arguments.
Release Notes: Some testing was skipped. Reading from stdin was broken in 1.1.0. Upgrading is recommended.
Release Notes: The -f option can now be specified multiple times, which will make the utility read all of the specified files in the order they are specified on the command line.
Release Notes: The code was changed to use autoconf more effectively. strtoll() is used when OFF_T is bigger than a long. The second item makes it so that numbers larger than 2^^31 can be passed into the --size/-s parameter.