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list s3 objects in tree-like format.

Project description

s3-tree

uses the tree command to display the objects in an s3 bucket in a tree-like diagram.

dependencies

tree
python3
aws cli

installation

$ pip install s3-tree

usage

$ s3-tree bucketname

example

$ s3-tree bucketname
bucketname
├── asset-manifest.json
├── favicon.ico
├── index.html
├── manifest.json
├── precache-manifest.e8c8442b93de34204de5f9b23fa0174b.js
├── service-worker.js
└── static
    ├── css
    │   ├── main.43b5e879.chunk.css
    │   └── main.43b5e879.chunk.css.map
    ├── js
    │   ├── 1.f6579156.chunk.js
    │   ├── 1.f6579156.chunk.js.map
    │   ├── main.36bbb0f4.chunk.js
    │   ├── main.36bbb0f4.chunk.js.map
    │   ├── runtime~main.229c360f.js
    │   └── runtime~main.229c360f.js.map
    └── media
        ├── her.37588412.png
        ├── me.e69004b8.png
        └── us.f114bc8d.jpg

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