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ddir - display hierarchical directory tree
ddir [options] [DIR]
Display an indented directory tree using ASCII graphical characters to represent the hierarchical structure. The directories to include or exclude can be specified with command line options. Ddir is a Perl implementation of the tree(1) program. The extra "d" in front of name was used to differentiating the utility from an existing dir(1) program.
-d, --dir Display only directories. -h, --help Print text help --help-exclude Print default exclude path value when --exclude-vcs is used. --help-html Print help in HTML format. --help-man Print help in manual page man(1) format. -i, --include REGEXP Include files matching regexp. The match is done against whole path. The option can be used multiple times. If this option is not supplied, every file is automatically included. The matches can be further filtered by using options --exclude. -v, --verbose LEVEL Print informational messages. Increase numeric LEVEL for more verbosity. -V, --version Print contact and version information. -x, --exclude REGEXP Ignore files matching regexp. The match is done against whole path. The option can be used multiple times. This option is applied after possible --include matches. -C, --exclude-vcs Exclude version control directories. See --help-exclude.
Show directory tree by excluding version control directories. Display only directories: ddir --x-vcs --dir . . +--doc/ | +--manual/ +--bin/
Uses standard Perl modules.
BUGS AND LIMITATIONS
Homepage is at http://freecode.com/projects/ddir
LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 1995-2019 Jari Aalto. Copyright (C) 1994 Brian Blackmore. This program and its documentation is free software; you can redistribute and/or modify program under the terms of GNU General Public license either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.