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packtree makes ASCII tree representation of Python packages.

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# packtree

packtree is a Python package that makes ASCII tree representation of a
package's varables or a folder's content.

## Table of Contents:
* [Author](#author)
* [Install and Compile](#install-and-compile)
* [Using packtree](#using-packtree)
* [Be Kind](#be-kind)
* [License](#license)

## Author:
* [Patricio Cubillos](, Space Research Institute, Graz, Austria. <>

## Install and Compile

### From pip

### From Github
Clone the repository to your local machine and install it:

Clone the repository to your working directory:
git clone
python ./ install

Note that you may need to prepend `sudo` to the previous calls.

## Using packtree

The following demo shows what packtree produces.
First start a Python interpreter session:

>>> import packtree as tree

>>> # Genereate the ASCII tree representation of the packtree package:
>>> tree.packagetree(tree)

|-- filetree
`-- packagetree

>>> # Generate the ASCII tree representation of the directory that contains the packtree package:
>>> tree.filetree(".")

|-- packtree
| |--
| `--

## Be Kind:

Please, be kind and acknowledge and/or refer to the packtree site
if it was useful for you.

## License:

Copyright (c) 2016 Patricio Cubillos and contributors.
packtree is open-source software under the MIT license (see LICENSE).

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