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).
$ pip install verbose_ls
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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