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       datalad ls - list summary information about URLs and dataset(s)


       datalad   ls   [-h]  [-r]  [-F]  [-a]  [-L]  [--config-file  CONFIG_FILE]  [--list-content
              {None,first10,md5,full}] [--json {file,display,delete}] [PATH/URL [PATH/URL ...]]


       ATM only s3:// URLs and datasets are supported


       $  datalad  ls  s3://openfmri/tarballs/ds202   #  to  list  S3   bucket   $   datalad   ls
       # to list current dataset


              URL or path to list, e.g. s3://... Constraints: value must be a string

       -h, --help, --help-np
              show  this  help  message.  --help-np  forcefully  disables  the use of a pager for
              displaying the help message

       -r, --recursive
              recurse into subdirectories. [Default: False]

       -F, --fast
              only perform fast operations. Would be overridden by --all. [Default: False]

       -a, --all
              list all (versions of) entries, not  e.g.  only  latest  entries  in  case  of  S3.
              [Default: False]

       -L, --long
              list more information on entries (e.g. acl, urls in s3, annex sizes etc). [Default:

       --config-file CONFIG_FILE
              path to config file which could help the 'ls'. E.g. for s3:// URLs  could  be  some
              ~/.s3cfg  file which would provide credentials. Constraints: value must be a string
              [Default: None]

       --list-content {None, first10,md5,full}
              list also the content or only first 10 bytes  (first10),  or  md5  checksum  of  an
              entry.  Might  require expensive transfer and dump binary output to your screen. Do
              not enable unless you know what you are after. [Default: False]

       --json {file, display, delete}
              metadata json of dataset for creating web user interface. display: prints jsons  to
              stdout  or  file:  writes each subdir metadata to json file in subdir of dataset or
              delete: deletes all metadata json files in dataset. [Default: None]


        datalad is developed by The DataLad Team and Contributors <>.

                                            2019-08-19                              datalad ls(1)