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pydf - colourised df(1)-clone

pydf is all-singing, all-dancing, fully colourised df(1)-clone written in python.

Well, that's about all there is to it. Someone suggested pydf in response to discussion on discus.

Sample output:
Filesystem           Size      Used     Avail  Use% [        ] Mounted on
rootfs                91M       53M       32M  62.0 [#####   ] /
/dev2/root2           91M       53M       32M  62.0 [#####   ] /
proc                    0         0         0     0 [        ] /proc
devpts                  0         0         0     0 [        ] /dev/pts
tmpfs                378M         0      378M   0.0 [        ] /dev/shm
/dev/hda1             91M     9730k       76M  11.0 [#       ] /boot
/dev/hda5           1922M     1142M      682M  63.0 [#####   ] /usr
/dev/hda6           1922M      350M     1474M  19.0 [##      ] /var
/dev/hda7           1953M      310M     1642M  16.0 [#       ] /backup
/dev/sda             335G      256G       78G  77.0 [######  ] /raid


Wow. I had no idea there were so many ways to see how I'm running out of disk space.

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