human

convert bytes to human readable formats
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commit 332edf7a99c053d9d8f96a81cb5fbbce6c57253d
parent 50c80e6ba12823184b6866e06b955dbd2ccdc5d7
Author: z3bra <contactatz3bradotorg>
Date:   Wed,  7 Jun 2017 08:53:00 +0200

Make README more useful

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diff --git a/README b/README @@ -1,14 +1,21 @@ -╻ ╻╻ ╻┏┳┓┏━┓┏┓╻ -┣━┫┃ ┃┃┃┃┣━┫┃┗┫ -╹ ╹┗━┛╹ ╹╹ ╹╹ ╹ - -- by z3bra -======================== +human +===== -Human is a small program which translate numbers into a human readable format. -By default, it tries to detect the best factorisation, but you can force its -output. +Human is a small program which outpus numbers into a human readable +format. By default, it tries to detect the best factorisation, but you +can force its output. -You can adjust the number of decimals by with the `SCALE` environment variable. +Installation +------------ +The following commands would build and install the program just fine: + + $ make + # make install + +Usage +----- +You can adjust the number of decimals with the `SCALE` environment +variable. # convert 123456 to the best human factorisation human 123456 @@ -25,4 +32,9 @@ You can adjust the number of decimals by with the `SCALE` environment variable. SCALE=6 human -g 123M 0.120117G -Well, that's it (and that's enough !) +Well, that's it (and that's enough !). For more informations, see the +human(1) manpage. + +License +------- +See the LICENSE file provided with this software