Is it possible to use
tree to create several output files without being cd ~/ into the directory I want to create a
For example, I have a directory called
parent-dir are subdirectories titled
z and one also titled
Inside of those subdirectories are more subdirectories that are titled at random using lower/upper case, numbers and some special characters. (It is at this level I want to create a
tree .txt output file)
Here is the directory structure:
parent-dir ( <-- I will be cd ~/ here and run cmd from here) |_a | |_ahgfVFCJC6.h78 ( <-- cmd should create a tree titled ahgfVFCJC6.h78.txt) | | |_file.jpg | | |_file.mp4 | | | |_a34grBVFHEwerv ( <-- cmd should create a tree titled a34grBVFHEwerv.txt) | |_file.txt | |_file.mp3 | |_b | |_bhlHKH.7tbh ( <-- cmd should create a tree titled bhlHKH.7tbh.txt) | |_file.png | |_file.txt
...and so on...
The .txt files created using `tree`: ahgfVFCJC6.h78.txt a34grBVFHEwerv.txt bhlHKH.7tbh.txt should be outputted in a specified directory (example: ~/Desktop/Tree)
I am hoping to run a command while in
parent-dir because in
a alone there are thousands of directories like
ahgfVFCJC6.h78 (but named differently). Having to cd into each of those sub-subdirectories would take far too much time.