Human readable output

John Van Essen vanes002 at
Mon Nov 14 11:51:57 GMT 2005

On Sat, 12 Nov 2005 12:12:28 -0800, Wayne Davison <wayned at> wrote:
> The CVS version now has the options --human-readable (-m) and --si to
> implement more human-reable output in the --stats and the end-of-run
> summary.  Anyone wanting to be able to use -h instead of -m (to make the
> option more like du/df/ls) may define a popt alias in their ~/.popt
> file:
> rsync alias -h -m

What would you say about overloading the -h option?

If it's the lone argument, it's the help option.  Otherwise, it's the
human-readable option (and you can save -m for future use).


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