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Convert flow chart / decision tree to interactive pages

I have a flow chart or decision tree that I'd like people to walk through interactively. Basically, every question in the decision tree should be presented to the user and once he makes his choice, he ...
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Windows application to view a remote web page as HTML/XML tree? [closed]

I was wondering if there were a Windows application that could take a URL, download the page and displays its structure in an HTML/XML tree. I mean this, but without having to first download the page ...
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tree will not descend into directories

I just unpacked a tar file with a folder in it. I did a tree -F and saw asterisks popping everywhere. All of the files (even png, txt, etc) were marked as executable. So I did what any sensible human ...
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linux tree command limit number of files displayed in each directory

I want to use tree (or similar) to see the directory structure of a given directory as well as whether each subdirectory has files in it. So, how could I use tree but limit the maximum number of ...
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Linux: not able to see all options for `tree` command

I'm trying to list the contents of a directory recursively and in color using the tree -C command. However, my shell reports an error and it displays an info-entry for sed instead. The tree command ...
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How to find text files with a certain phrase (including quotation marks) on mac?

I want to find all text files containing source-code like class="some class". When using the Finder search, it is not working, seems like Finder is looking for "some class". Recommendations to other ...
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How to hide a directory and its contents on Centos

A quick Google search did not clear up my issue. I need to hide a directory on Centos 6. I want to do that because I'm running the command tree to print the tree directory structure, but I don't want ...
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linux: is tree -i -f -L $depth supposed to be faster than find -maxdepth $depth?

I am querying specific directories to see if I find files with a specific pattern in them and I have been trying it with two different commands: Standard find command: find -L $unix_dir\*/ -maxdepth ...
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Why do so many programs use “foo.bar.baz = qux” style configurations?

I've noticed that tons of programs store configuration info in various hierarchial keys. For example, Firefox's about:config has keys like network.http.pipelining and network.http.pipelining.ssl and ...
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How to search a tree folder

How can I do a search of all directories calles i18n under trees like src/main/resources using find or any other unix command. Everything I'm trying doesn't work I'm looking for something like: ...
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Making an alias for `tree -P '*name*'`

I'm creating an alias for the following command with the tree program: tree -P '*name*' This works exactly as I want. But when I create an alias for this command, the command behaves differently: ...
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Is there a program that will show a tree of the differences in two file trees?

In windows I manually back up from time to time by formatting my external drive and copying the contents of my data partition over. Inevitably there is a difference in the number and size of the files ...
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How to print dir tree of a 7zip archive?

Before extract archive.7z, I always check what in side: $ 7z l archive.7z ...SKIP... 2010-01-01 00:00:00 ..... 25856 7367 jsloader/resource/gre/modules/source-editor-textarea.jsm ...
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gnu tree: downloading and installing on linux account with no root access?

I would like to download and install (compile) gnu tree on linux machine with no root access, but Googling GNU tree doesn't even give me a page where to download it to. Anyone?
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How can I store Windows “tree” command output in a file and retrieve it again?

When I do a tree > somefile.txt the file indeed contains the output of the tree command, but the lines drawn in the console are displayed as accented letters ÃÄÄÄ. Which encoding or mode do I have ...
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Why don't ANSI symbols work in PuTTY/Debian?

The awesome application tree, which I installed in Debian with apt-get install tree, has the option of drawing its output using ANSI graphics. Its output looks like this now: . tqq node_modules x ...
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Tree command list one level all files

How can I use the tree command to list current directory as a tree? If I do tree -L 1 It only lists the directories, how can I get it to show the files as well?
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Mac OS X equivalent of the Ubuntu “tree” command

Is there any equivalent of the Ubuntu tree command for Mac OS X ?
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Create symlinks recursively for a whole tree

I am seeking for a command that would re-create a whole tree of files in a different directory. I would prefer to have all symlinks absolute. Can I do that with a find and xargs? ;-)
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Visualizing Parallel Branch and Bound Tree Exploration

I have written a parallel program that does a depth first branch and bound exploration of a tree. I can dump the id's (id's are like this 0, 00, 01, 0000, 0001, etc.) of the nodes at frequent ...
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Confirm that two filesystems are identical, ignoring special files

/media/A and /media/B should be identical, but I want to confirm before deleting one. Duplicate file finders don't work, because they'll find two copies of the same file within B, for instance. I ...
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Software to generate taxonomy trees

Is there any software that automatically generates something like this from a list?
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STP recovery on tree root failure and recovery?

What happens in an STP topology if the root node fails then recovers? After the failure I guess that the two segments elect a new root for each one. When the old root returns, does it get back as ...
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changing the format of a usb drive

I have a usb drive that once I type in the tree command. I have one file that is out of place. It is located at the bottom of the tree and need to move it. F:. ├───DATA ├───GAMES │ ├───MATCH32 │ ...
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Ubuntu's ls can show unicode characters, but tree cannot, even with tree --charset unicode

Ubuntu 10.04's ls can show unicode characters, but tree cannot, even with tree --charset unicode or utf8. Is there a way to solve it. echo could interpret the escape characters except cat list.txt | ...
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On Windows 7, dir or tree can't show unicode characters, even starting cmd with cmd /U

On Windows 7, dir or tree can't show unicode characters, even starting cmd with cmd /U So I would press Window Key + R to run something, and type in cmd /U so that the content might handle Unicode. ...
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tree command windows

I am using flags /a and /f. I want to make the | and --- appear for subdirectories too. At the moment, it lists files in sub directories but does not show the | or ---
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Diagramming tool to edit a binary tree

I would like to create a diagram of a binary decision tree. What free tool will make that easy?