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Display the local Docker image layers as a tree

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Displays the tree structure of your Docker images.

Meant as a replacement for the removed functionality of docker images -t.

Usage: docktree [-h] [IMAGE]

Positional arguments:
IMAGE show only parents and children of IMAGE
Optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-s, --show-size
 show the virtual size of each layer

Usage example:

(env2)pi@raspberrypi [work/docktree] % docktree
└─ 71a76a74c237
   ├─ 92b43b34adf9 test1:latest
   └─ 2f5ca2d69bf4
      └─ ba37442b01bb
         ├─ 643e1371a625 test2:latest
         │  └─ 7e548b8390f2 test3:latest
         └─ c89a6bc5d884
            └─ baee49e775b3 resin/rpi-raspbian:latest,resin/rpi-raspbian:jessie,resin/rpi-raspbian:jessie-2015-10-21
(env2)pi@raspberrypi [work/docktree] % docktree test2
└─ 71a76a74c237
   └─ 2f5ca2d69bf4
      └─ ba37442b01bb
         └─ 643e1371a625 test2:latest
            └─ 7e548b8390f2 test3:latest

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