Tree is a command that can list recursive directories. It graphically displays the folder structure of a drive or path, and can generate a command tree. Windows and Linux have both. mac does not have native support. You need to install tree or add. bashrc file in the home directory:
alias tree="find . -print | sed -e 's;1 */;|____;g;s;____|; |;g'" . After saving and exiting, use the source. Bashrc command to update the script resources. This is to try the tree command under the terminal again
The second one hasn't been tried. Let's try the simpler one.
# To install Homebrew, enter the following command at the terminal /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" # Install tree brew install tree
Just execute the tree command under a project
panzhiqiangdeMacBook-Pro:webpack2-in-action panzhiqiang$ tree -L 1 # -L 1 Indicates that only one level of directory is displayed . ├── README.md ├── index.html ├── index.js ├── node_modules └── package.json
There are other options for the parameters after the tree command. For details, we can use tree --help to view them
panzhiqiangdeMacBook-Pro:webpack2-in-action panzhiqiang$ tree --help usage: tree [-acdfghilnpqrstuvxACDFJQNSUX] [-H baseHREF] [-T title ] [-L level [-R]] [-P pattern] [-I pattern] [-o filename] [--version] [--help] [--inodes] [--device] [--noreport] [--nolinks] [--dirsfirst] [--charset charset] [--filelimit[=]#] [--si] [--timefmt[=]<f>] [--sort[=]<name>] [--matchdirs] [--ignore-case] [--] [<directory list>] ------- Listing options ------- -a All files are listed. -d List directories only. -l Follow symbolic links like directories. -f Print the full path prefix for each file. -x Stay on current filesystem only. -L level Descend only level directories deep. -R Rerun tree when max dir level reached. -P pattern List only those files that match the pattern given. -I pattern Do not list files that match the given pattern. --ignore-case Ignore case when pattern matching. --matchdirs Include directory names in -P pattern matching. --noreport Turn off file/directory count at end of tree listing. --charset X Use charset X for terminal/HTML and indentation line output. --filelimit # Do not descend dirs with more than # files in them. --timefmt <f> Print and format time according to the format <f>. -o filename Output to file instead of stdout. -------- File options --------- -q Print non-printable characters as '?'. -N Print non-printable characters as is. -Q Quote filenames with double quotes. -p Print the protections for each file. -u Displays file owner or UID number. -g Displays file group owner or GID number. -s Print the size in bytes of each file. -h Print the size in a more human readable way. --si Like -h, but use in SI units (powers of 1000). -D Print the date of last modification or (-c) status change. -F Appends '/', '=', '*', '@', '|' or '>' as per ls -F. --inodes Print inode number of each file. --device Print device ID number to which each file belongs. ------- Sorting options ------- -v Sort files alphanumerically by version. -t Sort files by last modification time. -c Sort files by last status change time. -U Leave files unsorted. -r Reverse the order of the sort. --dirsfirst List directories before files (-U disables). --sort X Select sort: name,version,size,mtime,ctime. ------- Graphics options ------ -i Don't print indentation lines. -A Print ANSI lines graphic indentation lines. -S Print with CP437 (console) graphics indentation lines. -n Turn colorization off always (-C overrides). -C Turn colorization on always. ------- XML/HTML/JSON options ------- -X Prints out an XML representation of the tree. -J Prints out an JSON representation of the tree. -H baseHREF Prints out HTML format with baseHREF as top directory. -T string Replace the default HTML title and H1 header with string. --nolinks Turn off hyperlinks in HTML output. ---- Miscellaneous options ---- --version Print version and exit. --help Print usage and this help message and exit. -- Options processing terminator.
So we can enjoy the tree command. Thank you