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       hpls — list the contents of a directory on an HFS+ volume


       hpls [options]  [hfs-path ...]


       hpls  is  used to list files and directories on an HFS+ volume.  If one
       or  more  arguments  are  given,  each  file  or  directory  is  shown;
       otherwise, the contents of the current working directory are displayed.


       -1        Each entry appears on a line by itself.  This is the  default
                 if standard output is not a terminal.

       -a        All  entries  are  shown,  including  "invisible" files.  The
                 default is to omit invisible files.

       -c        Sort and display entries by their creation date, rather  than
                 their modification date.

       -d        List directory entries themselves rather than their contents.
                 Normally the contents are shown for named directories on  the

       -i        Show  the  catalogue  ID  for  each  entry.   Every  file and
                 directory on an HFS+ volume has a unique catalogue ID.

       -l        Display entries in long format.  This format shows the  entry
                 type  ("d" for directory, "f" for file, "F" for locked file),
                 flags ("i" for invisible), type and  creator  (four-character
                 strings) for files only, size (number of items in a directory
                 or resource and data bytes of a file, respectively), date  of
                 last  modification  (or  creation  if  the -c         flag is
                 given), and name.

       -m        Display entries in a continuous format separated by commas.

       -q        Replace special and  non-printable  characters  in  displayed
                 filenames  with question marks (?).  This is the default when
                 standard output is a terminal.

       -r        Sort entries in reverse order before displaying.

       -s        Show the file size for each entry in  1K  block  units.   The
                 size includes blocks used for both data and resource forks.

       -t        Sort  and  display  entries  by time.  Normally files will be
                 sorted by name. This option uses the last  modification  date
                 to sort unless -c is also specified.

       -x        Display   entries  in  column  format  like  -C,  but  sorted
                 horizontally into rows rather than columns.

       -w width  Format output lines suitable for display in the given  width.
                 Normally  the  width  will  be determined from your terminal,
                 from the environment variable  COLUMNS,  or  from  a  default
                 value of 80.

       -C        Display   entries   in  column  format  with  entries  sorted
                 vertically.  This is the default output format when  standard
                 output is a terminal.

       -F        Cause  certain  output  filenames to be followed by a single-
                 character  flag  indicating  the   nature   of   the   entry;
                 directories  are  followed  by  a  slash  "/"  and executable
                 Macintosh applications are followed by an asterisk "*".

       -N        Cause all filenames to be output verbatim  without  question-
                 mark substitution.

       -R        For   each  directory  that  is  encountered  in  a  listing,
                 recursively descend into and display its contents.

See also

       hfsplus(7),  hpmount(1),  hpcd(1),   hppwd(1),   hprm(1),   hpmkdir(1),
       hpcopy(1), hpumount(1), hpfsck(1).


       This manual page was written by Jens Schmalzing <> for
       Debian  GNU/Linux   using   the   manual   page   by   Klaus   Halfmann
       <>  that  comes with the source code and documentation
       from the Tech Info Library.