GrandPerspective is a small utility for Mac OS X that can draw two-dimensional views of disk usage within a file system. This can help you to manage your disk, as you can easily spot which files and folders take up the most space.
Version 0.9.12 of GrandPerspective has just been released. It includes various keenly anticipated new features. Firstly, hard-linked files and folders are now handled correctly, which means that you can now use GrandPerspective to scan your Time Machine back-ups (see the help documentation for details). Secondly, showing of package contents has become optional. Thirdly, mask and filter rules can now also be applied to folders, as opposed to only files. You can for example put this to use in the new Filtered Scan command. The new release also includes various minor improvements and a few bug fixes.
The new release is available at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=148156. More information about GrandPerspective can be found at the project's homepage: http://grandperspectiv.sourceforge.net/.