From Mark Noble:
Directory Tree is a plugin based, file/Directory viewer/manipulator. It creates a View (window) which is used to display a selected directory. It allows you to view a directory in six ways. Info display: information about the directory itself. Text display: display contents in a line-by-line text format. Star display: not yet implemented. Tree display: an icon based, hierarchical display. Object display: shows all objects in the directory in an icon or list view. Selected display: lists objects which are in one or more of the four selection states.
What's new in this version:
- fixed the "crash upon startup" bug (oversight with dylib path)
- directory size calculation significantly faster in most cases
- tree display no longer stalls UI when refreshed
- gathering objects can now be cancelled
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