Is there a program to browse through directories in a tree like structure in the linux terminal?
Suppose I was at
/home/username/mysite and typed
command_I_am_looking_for then I would get: (similar behavior as the
tree program in Linux)
mysite |-- manage.py |-- mysite |-- polls |-- templates
Then there should be a selection highlighter (say a different color of the currently highlighted folder). Suppose that this selection highlighter was standing on the
polls directory. After pushing
<enter> I would get this:
mysite |-- manage.py |-- mysite |-- polls |-- __init__.py |-- models.py |-- tests.py |-- views.py |-- static |-- templates
It should be possible to just keep on going further in the directories, only unfolding them when selected and pushing
<enter>. If I pushed a certain key, say
s then I would select that directory and change my current directory path into that path.
Is there such a program?