ncls - Man Page

List paths with rendering of multimedia

Synopsis

ncls [-h|--help] [-V|--version] [-d] [-l] [-L] [-R] [-a|--align type] [-b|--blitter blitter] [-s|--scale scale] [ paths ]

Description

ncls uses a multimedia-enabled Notcurses to list paths, similarly to the ls(1) command, rendering images and videos to a terminal.

Options

-d
: list directories themselves, not their contents.
-l
: use a long listing format.
-L
: when showing file information for a symbolic link, show information for the file the link references rather than for the link itself.
-R
: list subdirectories recursively.
-V|--version
: Print version information, and exit with success.
-h|--help
: Print help information, and exit with success.
-a|--align type
: Align images on left, center, or right.
-b|--blitter blitter
: Blitter, one of ascii, half, quad, sex, braille, or pixel.
-s|--scale scalemode
: Scaling mode, one of none, hires, scale, scalehi, or stretch.

paths: Run on the specified paths. If none are supplied, run on the current directory.

Notes

Optimal display requires a terminal advertising the rgb terminfo(5) capability, or that the environment variable COLORTERM is defined to 24bit (and that the terminal honors this variable), along with a fixed-width font with good coverage of the Unicode Block Drawing Characters.

See Also

notcurses(3), notcurses_visual(3), terminfo(5), unicode(7)

Authors

nick black <nickblack@linux.com>.

Info

v2.2.9