./time/ruby-powerbar, The last progressbar-library youll ever need

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.0.18, Package name: ruby22-powerbar-1.0.18, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

# PowerBar

This is PowerBar - The last progressbar-library you'll ever need.

## Features

* Detects when stdout is not a terminal and automatically falls back to logging
* Does not clutter your log-files with ansi-codes!
* If your CLI-app can run interactively and non-interactively (e.g. cronjob)
you will automatically get reasonable progress-output in both modes.
* By default prints to stderr but can call any output-method
of your choice (e.g. your favorite Logger).

* Fully customizable; all output is template-driven.

* All output is optional. You may set PowerBar to silently collect progress
information (percentage-done, throughput, ETA, etc.) and then use the
computed values elsewhere in your app.

* All state can be updated at any time. For example: If you're monitoring a
multi-part operation then you can change the status-message of a running
PowerBar to reflect the current state.


Required to run:
[misc/ruby-hashie] [lang/ruby22-base]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: d31b875ad41799b9fe2f2c2c791102012b90f6f3
RMD160: 27bd1a1a3d2ba801ad0bacb4d4fc647f7049b99a
Filesize: 12 KB

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   2017-03-17 01:26:53 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (5) | Package updated
Log message:
Add ruby-powerbar 1.0.18 which is required by archivers/ruby-minitar-cli.

# PowerBar

This is PowerBar - The last progressbar-library you'll ever need.

## Features

* Detects when stdout is not a terminal and automatically falls back to logging
  * Does not clutter your log-files with ansi-codes!
  * If your CLI-app can run interactively and non-interactively (e.g. cronjob)
    you will automatically get reasonable progress-output in both modes.
  * By default prints to stderr but can call any output-method
    of your choice (e.g. your favorite Logger).

* Fully customizable; all output is template-driven.

* All output is optional. You may set PowerBar to silently collect progress
  information (percentage-done, throughput, ETA, etc.) and then use the
  computed values elsewhere in your app.

* All state can be updated at any time. For example: If you're monitoring a
  multi-part operation then you can change the status-message of a running
  PowerBar to reflect the current state.