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Name

tree - lists a directory hierarchy in an indented format  

Syntax

tree [-d] [directory...]

 

Description

Tree recursively walks a directory tree printing names as it goes. Each new directory level is indented 4 spaces.

-d Display only the directories.

-h Usage information

-v Version information

Output is to stdout.  

Example

$ tree ~/man
/home/joppa/horton/man
    man1
        glcheck.1
        glunpack.1
        xviewgl.1
        pstext.1
        mif2troff.1
        recent.1
        bigfiles.1
        netconfig.1
        prog2mif.1
        gs.1
    man3
        Sprint.3
        sio.3
        strparse.3
        strprint.3
        strs.3
        strutil.3
 

See Also

stat(2)  

Environment

PATH=$PATH:/home/joppa/horton/bin/{HPPA,RISC}

MANPATH=$MANPATH:/home/joppa/horton/man  

Known Bugs

Only regular files are considered.  

Author

David Horton - CiTR  

Copyright

Centre for Information Technology Research, 1994


 

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