xdir - display a directory tree as a graph using the xtree command.
xdir [-f] [-a] [dir] [any xtree option]
The xdir command displays a directory tree using the xtree command.
dir is the root of the directory tree to be shown. If the parameter
is omitted, then the current directory is taken.
-f Show not only directories but all files present in each directory
in the tree.
-a Print tree in a text format that may be used as input to the
The following options from xtree are more important:
Directly produce Postcript file without making any windows on the
display. Be sure that output file already does not exist, because
xtree will simply overwrite output file which is not protected.
Specifies orientation of tree in a printer page. It can be
landscape (-ol), or portrait (-op). Default is -op.
Turns on, or turns off showing of boxes around node labels.
Default is without boxes (-bn). It can be changed interactively.
-t title_text_for _printing
Page header text for printing. Default is without header. You
can enter this text each time you want to print.
For more information about xtree options see man xtree.