Format 'ls' output into verbose, human readable output
This package aims to make the output of
ls a little more readable and verbose.
Note: This package should work on Linux, but has only been tested on Mac OS (Mojave).
For example, the permissions for owner, group, and other users can be hard to read in the first 9 slots. And for someone new to
ls it may not be obvious what the other output means.
For example, for the setup.py in this package:
ls -l setup.py -rw-r--r-- 1 scottnelson staff 406 Dec 26 20:30 setup.py
This util adds descriptions for each column, and expands the output to make it more clear what it means.
verbose_ls setup.py Filename: setup.py File Type: Regular file Owner Permissions: Read, Write Group Permissions: Read Other Users Permissions: Read Hard Links: 1 Owner: scottnelson Owner Group: staff Size: 406B Last Modified: Dec 26 20:30
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