Programming language: Go
License: BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License
Tags: Miscellaneous Uncategorized
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Generate tree🌳 from Markdown or Programmatically. Provide CLI and Package for Go, output is JSON or YAML or TOML or tree command.
## Description ├── There are three ways to generate tree (CLI, Package(1), Package(2)). They are explained below. ├── CLI and Package(1) │ ├── Given a Markdown file or format, the result of linux tree command is printed. │ ├── Create Markdown file by referring to the file in the `testdata/` directory. │ │ ├── Hierarchy is represented by hyphen and indentation. │ │ └── Indentation should be unified by one of the following. │ │ ├── Tab (default) │ │ ├── Two spaces (required: `-ts`) │ │ └── Four spaces (required: `-fs`) │ ├── You can also output JSON (required: `-j`) │ ├── You can also output YAML (required: `-y`) │ └── You can also output TOML (required: `-t`) ├── Package(1) │ └── You can customize branch format. └── Package(2) ├── You can also generate a tree programmatically. ├── Markdown is irrelevant. ├── You can customize branch format. └── You can also output JSON or YAML or TOML.
cat testdata/sample0.md | gtree -fs