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ls_json traverses either the provided path or current dir and returns the file tree (with file sizes) in json format

Project description

by default it installs as a console application into the users path.

Usage::

~/ls_json ## python setup.py install

~/ls_json ## ls_json
{
  ".git": {
    ".COMMIT_EDITMSG.swp": 4096,
    "COMMIT_EDITMSG": 282,
    "FETCH_HEAD": 100,
    "HEAD": 23,
    "config": 360,
    "description": 73,
    "index": 474,
    "info": {
      "exclude": 240
    },
    "logs": {
      "HEAD": 700,
      "refs": {
        "heads": {
          "master": 700
        },
        "remotes": {
          "origin": {
            "HEAD": 197,
            "master": 304
          }
        }
      }
    },
    "objects": {
      "1d": {
        "9bb6e4f5debac1c7342d437a22ba8e41c35a10": 794
      },
      "2a": {
        "5e29c1271823cc2791203936cb97103d039133": 10073
      }
    },
    "sourcetreeconfig": 1034
  },
  ".gitignore": 24,
  "LICENSE.txt": 38578,
  "README.md": 228,
  "ls_json.py": 1695,
  "setup.cfg": 41,
  "setup.py": 1445
}

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