./sysutils/dust, More intuitive version of du in rust

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.5.4, Package name: dust-0.5.4, Maintainer: pin

du + rust = dust. Like du but more intuitive.

Dust is meant to give you an instant overview of which directories are using
disk space without requiring sort or head.
It will print a maximum of one 'Did not have permissions message'.

Dust will list a slightly-less-than-the-terminal-height number of the biggest
subdirectories or files and will smartly recurse down the tree to find the
larger ones.
There is no need for a '-d' flag or a '-h' flag.
The largest subdirectories will be colored.

Apparent-size is calculated slightly differently in dust to gdu.
In dust each hard link is counted as using file_length space. In gdu only the
first entry is counted.


Master sites:

SHA1: c549c957c78794149d5210cdffbcb9e65a63ceda
RMD160: bf4de57c9146586808a8a146bff37e97a993a0d0
Filesize: 84.116 KB

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   2021-01-17 20:31:37 by pin | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
sysutils/dust: import package

du + rust = dust. Like du but more intuitive.

Dust is meant to give you an instant overview of which directories are using
disk space without requiring sort or head.
It will print a maximum of one 'Did not have permissions message'.

Dust will list a slightly-less-than-the-terminal-height number of the biggest
subdirectories or files and will smartly recurse down the tree to find the
larger ones.
There is no need for a '-d' flag or a '-h' flag.
The largest subdirectories will be colored.

Apparent-size is calculated slightly differently in dust to gdu.
In dust each hard link is counted as using file_length space. In gdu only the
first entry is counted.