This program allows monitoring of loop. Only Array.each and Hash.each are supported right now, each type of loop must be supported separately.
To use it, just require 'progress-meter'. This will hook all supported loop functions with the monitoring code. To actually activate the monitoring call Progress.monitor, this will activate monitoring of the next loop that is of a supported type.
See samples/ directory for an example.
Progress meters are printed in successive lines above the current one. So they might erase what was written before. The cursor does not really return to the original position after printing the reports, just to the original line.
Please report bugs to mikisvaz at yahoo com.
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