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Re: looking for particular "tree"-like recursive directory display

  • Subject: Re: looking for particular "tree"-like recursive directory display
  • From: Rick Leir <rleir [ at ] leirtech [ dot ] com>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2020 05:18:07 -0500
This does not answer your question, but

someone wanted to learn some languages so

here is the source in 10 different languages:




On 2/23/20 1:02 PM, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
   for the sake of some documentation and web pages i'm writing, i'd
like to generate "tree" like output for a directory structure, but
without the standard indentation vertical and horizontal lines,
replacing that with space indentation (ideally selectable).

   so instead of:

     О©╫О©╫О©╫ AUTHORS
     О©╫О©╫О©╫ bin
     О©╫О©╫О©╫ О©╫О©╫О©╫ bitbake
     О©╫О©╫О©╫ О©╫О©╫О©╫ bitbake-diffsigs

i'd get:


and so on. in a perfect world, i'd have most of the "tree" options,
like adding the "ls -F" filetype character to the end of each name if
i want, but also being able to select the indentation quantum (in
terms of number of spaces).

   i'm poring over the "tree" options but don't see if i can get that
with regular "tree". thoughts? yes, i could hack up a filter, but it
would be just ducky if some standard command already did what i'm


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