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The reverse of `tree` - reconstruct file and directory structure from text file contents?

We all know we can use tree to get a nicely formatted text "visualization" of the structure of a directory; say: $ tree -spugD /usr/include/boost/accumulators/numeric/ ...
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utf-8 sequence in the console

when I perform the "tree" command in the console, here's what I've got : . ├── Annexe\ 1\ -\ Sch\303\251ma\ global\ de\ la\ base\ de\ donn\303\251es.raw ... The result is composed of utf-8 ...
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“tree” command output with “pure” (7-bit) ASCII output

The "tree" command uses nice box-drawing characters to show the tree but I want to use the output in a "code-page-neutral" context (I know that really there's always a code page, but by restricting it ...
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How to create a kernel source tree?

I am reading a book on creating drivers on Linux, I do not have too much experience with Linux, I have installed a quite a few distros before but I have always used windows as my main operating ...
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Filesystem content inspection GUI (like gconf-/dconf-editor)?

Within, for instance, /sys/kernel/debug/tracing, the kernel makes many settings available as files, whose contents should be read in order to see what that setting is. Of course, typing cat ...
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Edit tree to output in custom format?

I'd like to get a custom output from the tree command, but unlike this question, I don't have a fixed format. I'd like to be able to give the command the format in an argument (for instance perhaps ...
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Getting tree command to not display directories

I've read through the man pages for tree but I don't know if it is possible to have tree list only the filenames for all files that appear in any recursive search of a directory. The closest I have ...
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Can tree be used to list the number of files per level?

As title, I need to look into a particular directory and list the number of files per level. The directory is pretty large, about 10-15 levels deep. For instance, if I have the following: D1 | |-- ...
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Print out file structure on Unix

Is there a way on unix to print out the file structure, like Bootstrap's getting started page? bootstrap/ ├── css/ │ ├── bootstrap.css │ ├── bootstrap.min.css │ ├── bootstrap-theme.css │ ├── ...
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How can I pipe colored tree result to less or more?

I get colored tree using tree -C but when I pipe it to less I get results like this: tree public/ -C | less How can I have colors in less in this case?
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Convert output of tree command to json format

Is there a convenient way to convert the output of the *nix command "tree" to JSON format? Edit: I think I didn't describe my problem well enough. My goal is to convert something like: . |-- dir1 | ...
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gnuclad does not change starting date

I'm using gnuclad to create a tree. The problem is that I'm not able to change the starting date. I'm using the data below, from the default example. #,Nodes,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...
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cat files in current folder and all subfolders [duplicate]

I want to cat a file in current folder and all files in all subfolders (and subsubfolders). Here is my directory structure $ tree . ├── f │   └── foo └── yo I want to cat foo and yo. I've tried ...
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tree command for multiple includes and excludes

Could you please give me an example of using the tree command to filter out result as follows: to ignore directories (say bin, unitTest) only listing certain files having extensions (say .cpp, .c, ...
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Can the UNIX command tree display only directories matching a pattern?

I'm trying to figure out if there is a way to get the UNIX command tree to display only directories that match a specific pattern. % tree -d tstdir -P '*qm*' -L 1 tstdir |-- d1 |-- d2 |-- qm1 |-- ...
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Shellscript to print a directory tree and files's contents with a nice presentation

I'm trying to write a shellscript which prints a tree-view for a specific directory and it's subdirs to pdf via latex, as well as the titles and contents of all scripts contained within that primary ...
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How do we specify multiple ignore patterns for `tree` command?

I need to print the directory structure of our production system and I would like to remove some specific directories from the tree? How do we specify multiple ignore patterns for tree command?
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Print size of directory content with tree command in tree 1.5?

I like tree it's a nice way to display my files and the size of folders/directories. But the -h option only shows the size of the directory, not it's contents. /media/ ├── [ 16K] 64D9-E862 │   ├── ...
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Interactive tree command

Is there any version of tree command that displays file structure as a tree structure, but in a way that I can interactively walk trough? Why do I need it exactly - I am trying to simulate TextMate ...
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Is there a way to disable wget from getting files from parent directories to given depth?

wget has such option as -np which disables getting files from any parent directory. I need something similar but a bit more flexible. Consider: www.foo.com/bar1/bar2/bar3/index.html I would like to ...