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Display a tree-like structural view of any directory
Authored by: GlowingApple on Feb 15, '06 07:42:42PM

This creates a temporary file just as the above does (though it's handled by the open command, so there's not worry about a wait time and having to clean up the file afterward.

Problem is that the temp file is created by default with a .txt extension, so when Safari opens it, the code is displayed as a text file, but never rendered as it does with a .html extension.

Jayson --When Microsoft asks you, "Where do you want to go today?" tell them "Apple."

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