NDir is a terminal tool to display the contents of directories. It can both provide a brief overview on the present files and display all interesting information associated with the files. NDir displays its output in a more legible and informative way than 'ls'. This includes various degrees of verbosity, a statistics line for each directory, coloured output and intelligent handling of long file names.
released on 13 April 2004
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