José Alves de Castro

NAME

tree - displays a tree-like representation of a set of directories

IMPORTANT NOTE

This is only version 0.01 . There is a small bug which I'm aware of, but my brain is no longer in condition of taking care of me, and my stomach is begging me to go out and eat something, which I will :-)

I plan to take care of that bug as soon as possible. It, meanwhile, you wish to do that and send me a patch, you're welcome O:-)

Can you find the bug? ;-)

SYNOPSIS

  tree [OPTIONS] [directory1 directory2 ...]

DESCRIPTION

Displays a tree-like representation of a set of directories by using Perl module Filesys::Tree.

OPTIONS

-a

All (by default, files started with a dot are omitted).

-d

Directories-only mode (skip files).

-e PATTERN

Exclude files matching PATTERN.

-f

Display full paths.

-h

Display help message and exit.

-l

Follow links.

-m MAX-DEPTH

Set maximum depth for recursion.

-p PATTERN

Only list files matching PATTERN.

-v

Show version and exit.

SEE ALSO

Filesys::Tree(3).

AUTHOR

Jose Castro, <cog@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2004 by Jose Castro

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.