Braille Spinner for Click
Sometimes you would just like to show the user some progress, but a progress bar is not suitable because you don’t know how much longer it would take. In these cases you might want to display a simple spinner using the spinner() function.
with blindspin.spinner(): do_something() do_something_else()
It looks like this:
Spinner class based on on a [gist by @cevaris](https://gist.github.com/cevaris/79700649f0543584009e).
$ pip install blindspin
Supports Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.
Based on the work of:
- Yoav Ram (@yoavram)
- Andreas Maier (@andy-maier)
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