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The djv_ls application is a command line tool for listing directories with file sequences.

Example output:

el_cerrito_bart.1k.tiff   File 2.23MB darby rw Mon Jun 12 21:21:55 2006
richmond_train.2k.tiff    File 8.86MB darby rw Mon Jun 12 21:21:58 2006
fishpond.1-749.png       Seq 293.17MB darby rw Thu Aug 17 16:47:43 2006

Key:

(name)                        (type) (size) (user) (permissions) (time)
File Types
FileRegular file
SeqFile sequence
DirDirectory
Permissions
rReadable
wWritable
xExecutable

Command Line

Usage:

djv_ls [file|directory]... [option]...
imageOne or more files or image sequences
directoryOne or more directories
optionAdditional options (see below)

If no files or directories are given then the current directory will be used.

Options:

-x_info, -xiDon't show information, only file names.
-file_path, -fpShow file path names.
-seq, -q (value)Set file sequencing. Options = Off, Sparse, Range. Default = Range.
-recurse, -rDescend into sub-directories.
-hiddenShow hidden files.
-columns, -c (value)Set the number of columns for formatting output. A value of zero disables formatting.

Sorting options:

-sort, -s (value)Set the sorting. Options = Name, Type, Size, User, Permissions, Time. Default = Name.
-reverse_sort, -rsReverse the sorting order.
-x_sort_dirs, -xsdDon't sort directories first.

Documentation for image I/O command line options is available here.

Documentation for general command line options is available here.

Examples

List the current directory:

> djv_ls

List specific directories:

> djv_ls ~/movies ~/pictures

Sort by time with the most recent first:

> djv_ls -sort time -reverse_sort