tree-cli
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tree-cli

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List contents of directories in tree-like format.

Tree-cli is a recursive directory listing program that produces a depth indented listing of files. With no arguments, tree lists the files in the current directory. When directory arguments are given, tree lists all the files and/or directories found in the given directories each in turn. Upon completion of listing all files/directories found, tree returns the total number of files and/or directories listed.

example

cmd:

tree -l 2 -o output.txt

result:

/Applications/XAMPP/htdocs/node_playground/tree-cli
├── README.md
├── bin
|  └── tree
├── node_modules
|  ├── bluebird
|  ├── chalk
|  ├── cli-spinner
|  ├── meow
|  └── object-assign
├── package.json
└── tree.js

directory: 7 file: 4

install

npm install -g tree-cli

usage

Use the command tree or treee (to avoid confliction with system command).

NOTE: use treee instead of tree on windows system.

tree/treee

Use it as a node module to get the detailed tree data.

require('tree-cli')({
  base: '.',    // or any path you want to inspect.
  noreport: true
}).then(res => {
  // res.data is the data for the file tree.
  // res.report is the stringified scanning report.
  console.log(res.data, res.report);
});

You can find the type declaration for the exporting function and the type declaration of its' params and result in the 'types/index.d.ts' file. If you are using VSCode, you'll find the type hint during your typing.

Breaking change: In version before 0.6.0, the resovled result is the tree structure of the scanned directory. But in latest v0.6.0, the resolved result is changed to a object contains both the file tree structure and the scanned report. The structure of result would be:

{
  data: {
    // ...The file node tree.
  },
  report: '...',  // The final report.
}

use --help to list help info.

tree --help

specify the level of path (how deep to scan).

use -l levelNumber to specify the path level.

tree -l 2

output result to a file

use -o outputFilePath to specify the output file.

tree -l 2 -o out.txt

show directory only

use -d to show directories only.

tree -l 2 -o out.txt -d

other arguments

see Options.

FOR WINDOWS USERS

you should just use the treee command as tree has been already taken by windows system.

treee -l 2 -o out.txt -d

Options

  • --help: outputs a verbose usage listing.
  • --version: outputs the version of tree-cli.
  • --debug: show debug info.
  • --fullpath: prints the full path prefix for each file.
  • --ignore: ignores directory or file you specify - accepts arrays as comma-delimited strings: 'node_modules/, .git/, .gitignore'
  • --link: follows symbolic links if they point to directories, as if they were directories. Symbolic links that will result in recursion are avoided when detected.
  • --noreport: omits printing of the file and directory report at the end of the tree listing and omits printing the tree on console.
  • --base: specify a root directory. Relative path from cwd root and absolute path are both acceptable. This argument is optional.
  • -a: all files are printed. By default tree does not print hidden files (those beginning with a dot '.'). In no event does tree print the file system constructs '.' (current directory) and '..' (previous directory).
  • -d: list directories only.
  • -f: append a '/' for directories, a '=' for socket files and a '|' for FIFOs.
  • -i: makes tree not print the indentation lines, useful when used in conjunction with the -f option.
  • -l: max display depth of the directory tree.
  • -o: send output to filename.

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