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wit isosize

Print a status line with size infos for each source file.

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1.   Syntax

wit ISOSIZE [source]...

2.   Options

Options
Option Param Description
-a --auto Search WBFS partitions using '/proc/partitions' or searching hard disks in '/dev/' and use all readable as source. This works like »wwt --auto --all«.
-s --source path Use the entered file or directory as source.

Directories are expanded to all containing files but hidden files (file names begins with a point) are ignored. If a command needs only images then non image files of the directory are ignored without notification. The option --no-expand suppress the directory expansion.

--no-expand Do not expand directories to the containing files or images. This option does not change the behavior of --recurse.
-r --recurse path If path is not a directory, then it is used as a simple source file like --source.

Directories are scanned for source files recursively. The option --rdepth limits the search depth. Hidden files and hidden sub directories (file names begins with a point) and files with non supported file types (non ISO files for most commands) are ignored without notification.

--rdepth depth Set the maximum recurse depth for option --recurse. The default search depth is 10.
-x --exclude id A comma separated list with ID4 and ID6 values is expected. '.' is a wildcard for exact 1 character and '+' is a wildcard for any number characters. If the parameter begins with a '@' the given file is read and each line is scanned for one ID. Images with the given ID are excluded from operation. Each use of this option expands the exclude list. See --include-first for precedence issues.
-X --exclude-path file_or_dir Scan the ID of the source and add it to the exclude list. If the source is a directory then scan all images of the directory. Images with the given ID are excluded from operation. Each use of this option expands the exclude list. See --include-first for precedence issues.
-n --include id A comma separated list with ID values is expected. '.' is a wildcard for exact 1 character and '+' is a wildcard for any number characters. If the parameter begins with a '@' the given file is read and each line is scanned for one ID. Only images with the given ID are included into the operation. Each use of this option expands the include list. See --include-first for precedence issues.
-N --include-path file_or_dir Scan the ID of the source and add it to the include list. If the source is a directory then scan all images of the directory. Only images with the given ID are included into the operation. Each use of this option expands the include list. See --include-first for precedence issues.
--include-first The options --include, --include-path, --exclude and --exclude-path decide which discs are included into the operation. If neither include nor exclude options are used, than all disc are included into the operation. If only include options are used, than only the specified discs are operated. If only exclude options are used, than all all discs but not the excluded are operated.

If include and exclude options are used together and --include-first is not set, than all discs are operated that are specified by any include option and not by any exclude option. If --include-first is set, than all discs are ignored that are specified by any exclude option and not by any include option.

-1 --one-job Execute only the first job and exit. This is a shortcut for »--job-limit 1«.
--job-limit num Execute only the first 'num' jobs and exit. If done without errors the exit status is OK (zero).
-i --ignore Ignore non existing files/discs without warning. If set twice then all non Wii and GameCube ISO images are ignored too.
--ignore-fst Disable composing and ignore FST directories as input.
--ignore-setup While composing ignore the file 'setup.txt', which defines some partition parameters.
--psel list This option set the scrubbing mode and defines, which disc partitions are handled. It expects a comma separated list of keywords, numbers and names; all together called parameter. All parameters are case insensitive and non ambiguous abbreviations of keywords are allowed.

Each parameter becomes a rule and each rule is appended to a rule list. Rules prefixed by a minus sign are DENY rules. Rules prefixed by a plus sign or without a prefix are ALLOW rules. Each partition is compared with each rule until a rule matches the partition. If a match it found, the partition is enabled for a ALLOW rule or disabled for a DENY rule.

The allowed keywords are: DATA, UPDATE, CHANNEL, PTAB0 .. PTAB3, ID, ALL, WHOLE and RAW. The following input formats are accepted too: ptype, #index, #<index, #<=index, #>index, #>=index and #tab_index.part_index.

--raw Abbreviation of »--psel RAW«.
-H --no-header Suppress printing of header and footer.
-l --long If set the size is printed in MiB too. If set twice two columns with WBFS calculations are added. If set three times the real path of the source is printed.
--unit list This option set the output unit for sizes. The parameter is a comma separated list of the following keywords, case is ignored: 1000=10, 1024=2, BYTES, K, M, G, T, P, E, KB, MB, GB, TB, PB, EB, KIB, MIB, GIB, TIB, PIB, EIB, HDS, WDS, GAMECUBE=GC, WII, AUTO and DEFAULT.

The values 1000 and 1024 (=default base) set the base factor and BYTES, K, M, G, T, P, E the SI factor. MB is a shortcut for 1000,M and MIB for 1024,M; this is also valid for the other SI factors. AUTO selects a value dependent SI factor.

HDS and WDS forces the output as multiple of the HD or Wii disc sector size (512 or 32768 bytes). GAMECUBE and WII forces the output of a floating point value as multiple of the single layer ISO images size of the given type.

DEFAULT allows the command to select a adequate size unit.