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DSize is a Shell-only utility that shows the sizes of directories. It was inspired by DirSize by Steve Robb. If you use DirSize, DSize will be somewhat familiar. DSize... - is fully 64-bit capable: it can handle individual files as well as directories that exceed 4 gigabytes in size - can accumulate the sizes of multiple directories and produce a total line - can display results in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, or gigabytes - can have a custom output format for lines - can use a wildcard pattern for directories - can also use a wildcard pattern for filenames in directories - uses localized numeric separator characters unless told not to. DSize requires DOS library version 52 or better. It uses the newer directory functions of ObtainDirContext(), ExamineDir(), and ReleaseDirContext() for 64-bit functionality. This means that you need AmigaOS 4.0 Final or better to run DSize. DSize was tested with OS4.0 Final with the July 2007 update, and OS4.1 Updates 2 and 3.
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