You can get the tree command on macOS, too. If you have Homebrew, . Edit the Makefile to comment linux part and uncomment osx area.
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Because devs make many more terminal interfaces than GUIs , especially when it comes to apps that the average user most likely will not use, they can easily get away with. However when it comes to ease of use and power GUIs win every race by a long margin so its extremely rare nonwdays to find an app that its main interface in terminal one and is targeted towards non coders.
So the love of terminal is nothing more than love of convenience and the fact because terminal interfaces are much easier to make they developers have time to focus more on features than looks which make terminal apps usually far more powerful than its GUI counterparts. There are some truly atrocious ones.
A subtle difference between the two is that you must be in the directory you want listed in order to use the alias. How can I do that? I want to be able to pass a Volume and or directory to my alias and redirect it to a file in my current directory.
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Three ways to use the tree command on Mac OS X
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macos - Mac OS X equivalent of the Ubuntu "tree" command - Super User
AvinashRaj Buddy the overall of the command is clear if you wan to learn more about sed please refer to some tutorials or google it. It's really hard to explain all sed here!
It's hardly intuitive - which I think is the spirit of Avinash Raj's comment. What would I need to change to ignore hidden directories? Linked 7.
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