@jimpick/dat-log

view history of dat in the cli

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dat-log

view history of a dat in the CLI

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dat-log prints all changes, the file versions, and information about the dat:

āÆ dat-log dat://64375abb733a62fa301b1f124427e825d292a6d3ba25a26c9d4303a7987bec65
1 [put] / 0 B (0 blocks)
2 [put] /README 175 B (1 block)
3 [put] /dat.json 309 B (1 block)
4 [put] /far-manzanar.csv 2.0 MB (31 blocks)
5 [put] /far-minidoka.csv 2.1 MB (33 blocks)
6 [put] /far-poston.csv 3.6 MB (55 blocks)
7 [put] /wra-master.csv 73 MB (1111 blocks)

Log synced with network

Archive has 7 changes (puts: +7, dels: -0)
Current Size: 80 MB
Total Size:
- Metadata 436 B
- Content 80 MB
Blocks:
- Metadata 8
- Content 1232

Install

If you already have dat installed, run it with dat log!

npm install -g dat-log

Usage

You can view history for a local dat (any directory with a .dat folder):

dat-log /my-data

Or view history for a remote dat using the dat link:

dat-log dat://64375abb733a62fa301b1f124427e825d292a6d3ba25a26c9d4303a7987bec65 

Options:

  • --live, -l: Keep process running and view live history

License

MIT

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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