gdu 5.13.2-1 source package in Ubuntu


gdu (5.13.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Daniel Milde ]
  * refactor: interfaces moved away from implementations
  * fix: unkeyd fields
  * doc: gdu migrated to community in ArchLinux
  * refactor: size constants renamed
  * added option `--si` for showing sizes with decimal SI prefixes
  * fix: register pprof endpoints only when requested
  * refactor: enabling/disabling GC moved to analyzer
  * balance speed and memory usage

  [ Georgi Georgiev ]
  * Make the bar graph meaningful in large directories
  * Make the relative-size display the user's choice
  * Fix the tests

  [ Daniel Milde ]
  * refactor: we only read from chan
  * test: more tests for relative bar
  * test: test closing help using question mark and
    moving around when info page is opened
  * fix: recreate doneChan for every scan
  * fix: check value before waiting
  * refactor: return concrete implementation
  * refactor: proper parameter name

  [ Georgi Georgiev ]
  * Properly count only the first hard link size on a rescan

  [ Daniel Milde ]
  * fix: do not panic if path does not start with slash
  * test: added more file and actions tests
  * fix(devices): go back to devices list

 -- Daniel Milde <email address hidden>  Sat, 19 Feb 2022 18:01:48 +0100

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gdu: Pretty fast disk usage analyzer

 Disk usage analyzer with console interface written in Go.
 Intended primarily for SSD disks where it can fully
 utilize parallel processing. However HDDs work as well, but
 the performance gain is not so huge.

gdu-dbgsym: debug symbols for gdu