I've just pushed a commit that adds a new ttop command that displays a list
of threads.  Feel free to play with it.

I recommend the following command:
> ttop
--stats=tid,name,state,waited_time,waited_count,blocked_time,blocked_count,user_time,cpu_time,user_time_perc,cpu_time_perc,lock_owner_id,lock_owner_name
--order=cpu_time --millis=128

It's using advanced jline stuff, so please give it a try on your usual
terminal/os and report any problems.

Cheers,
Guillaume

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