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Graham HutchinsPrint file tree structure with date created, file size
by on Mar 9, 2010 at 9:01:21 pm

Hello all,

How do I turn this, Finder's list view file structure

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into an editable text file?

Ideally it would look similar to a list view file tree, include date created, date modified, size, etc. and would include all subfolders and files.

I've been messing around in terminal and BBedit and I can get close to what I want, but not exactly. Either the structure is right, but doesn't include date created, etc., as is the case with BBedit,

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or like when I use Terminal and the command "ls -alR > dir_and_sub_dir.txt" most of the data is there, but the structure is more like a straight list and doesn't include the year, not to mention being a little hard to follow compared to the first image.

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Any ideas?

Thanks for your help.




-Graham

OSX 10.6.2
AE CS4, Nuke 5.1.3
FC Studio 3
Octo 2.26GB MacPro, 6 GB RAM


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Pasi KoivistoRe: Print file tree structure with date created, file size
by on Mar 11, 2010 at 8:38:12 pm

I am pretty sure you could do this with a bash script, ask around on a unix or bash forum or something.

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Graham HutchinsRe: Print file tree structure with date created, file size
by on Mar 11, 2010 at 10:50:03 pm

Hi Pasi,

Thanks for the response.

I posted the same question on the Apple forum and someone suggested a program called "Print Window" and it worked like a charm.

-Graham

OSX 10.6.2
AE CS4, Nuke 5.1.3
FC Studio 3
Octo 2.26GB MacPro, 6 GB RAM


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