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dirindex, a utility to create an html file out of a directory tree. ... [1] installation : just run : $ make to compile it and : $ make install to install it. ... [2] usage : dirindex <options> options: -d <directory> directory to make the html file from -o <file> output html file name -f <file> format file -r recursively follow directories and link their elements to the output file -u dont unlink the format file after execution (by default, dirindex deletes this file, adding this flag will make it keep the file and read from it until -H or -F flags are given) if the format directory, specified on the command line, or 'mkformat' if not, already exists, it will not be unlinked. passing an -H or -F option to mki when this file exists will cause mki to rewrite this file and not unlink it. -H <tags> header tags to use -F <tags> format tags to use the syntax of the format file is : mkiHeader: <header tags> mkiFooter: <footer tags> mkiEnd: "mkiHeader:" is used to define where the html header starts for the index file. "mkiFooter:" is used to discern the footer tags for the file, and "mkiEnd:" denotes the end of the file so's not to overrun the end of the format file. if any of the tags are missing no errors will be reported, and an empty html file will be created. ... [3] information : dirindex was written on a linux 2.4.4 machine supported platforms : Linux NetBSD
Source: README, updated 2011-04-10

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