This is a walk-with-me-while-I-do-things series, I'm going to tell you what I learned while I'm learning
Yesterday I purchased Rebuilding Git by James Coglan and today I set up for Chapter 1. I already learned something new on page 4 📖
tree is a command originated in MS-DOS (apparently) that has been ported to *nix systems.
By running it in the terminal, it draws for you a graphical recursive representation of the content of the current folder and its children (files and directories), and prints the number of files and/or directories listed.
It might not come with your OS, it is a program on its own. If you are on a Mac and using homebrew like me, just type
brew install tree
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This alone is something I wasn't expecting at all.
treeis a pretty good command I look for every now and then. 🙂
if I knew about it before, I would have saved so much time. it's pretty neat.