Max Howell announced a new version of FileLight
, described as follows:
Filelight uses an interesting nested pie-chart technique to represent filesytem disk usage. Its function is similar to du and the miriad of other diskspace visualisation tools, however due to its more advanced method of representing directory heirarchies it is often possible to use Filelight in unexpected ways. Browsing your home directory using Filelight is often an enlightening experience!
The easiest way to understand what Filelight does is to look at a screenshot, this is a good one:http://methylblue.com/filelight/filelight_0.6.3_2.png
This version is a slight revision to the recent 0.6.3 release, but with Welsh and German translations, some UI tweaks and some memory leak fixes thanks to Valgrind.
For more information, screenshots and downloads head to the homepage:http://www.methylblue.com/filelight/
Filelight is also present in kde cvs, (currently in kdenonbeta).
I hope you enjoy using Filelight, and if you have any suggestions then I'd love to hear them :-) Thanks