How to use htmltree

					htmltree  version of Feb. 23, 2005

Purpose: generate a HTML file displaying a directory tree

Usage:   htmltree -h
         htmltree -help
         htmltree [Options] [-] [dirname] < ...

     If a dirname is explicitly given, directory tree from the given directory
       down is produced. Otherwise, the tree starts from the current directory.

     Include plain files in the map. Without this flag only
       the overall directory structure is generated.
     Same output as for -f with the addition of the size of individual files
       (in B or kB; 1 kB = 1024 B).
     If an HTML file has a title specified using the <TITLE>...</TITLE>
        tags, show it in place of its name (has effect only with the
        -f option, but not when -nc is on)
     Generate directory tree only down to level # (# is a positive integer).
       Default: all levels.
 -d dirB dirE
     dirB : the HTML code (opening tags) to be added before a directory name,
     dirE : the HTML code (closing tags) to be added after a directory name.
       Current default: -d "<img src='d.gif' border=0> " ""
       More examples:
                -d "<font color=red>" </font>
                -d "<b>" "<\b>"
                -d "<img src='fld.gif' border=0><b>" "<\b>"
          (fld.gif must be present in the root directory of the generated
          map if the BASE HREF tag is created - see below)
 -i file_name
     file_name : the default (index) file to open (if it exists) when clicking
                  on a clickable directory item in the generated map.
 -b base_href
     base_href : the absolute URL of the root directory of the map to
       appear in the <BASE HREF= > tag (for use on a server). If not specified
       the UNIX path is used (good for local use). If base_href does not
       begin with "http", no BASE HREF tag is generated, and the base_href
       string is only used as the title of the map.
       (To get correct form of the local URL in MS Windows (if -b not
       specified), uncomment the definition of the  $MSWindows  variable
       when installing htmltree in MS Windows.)
     Nonclickable map is produced (no HTML links to the files/dirs listed).
       Any gif files representing directories as in the examples above must
       then be in the same directory as the map (also no BASE HREF tag).
 -skip list_of_file/dir_names
     The list items are separated by spaces and the whole list must be
       enclosed in quotes. Wildcards * and ? can be used anywhere.
       All files and directories that match the entries from the skip
       list will not appear in the map.
 -stop list_of_dir_names
     The tree will 'stop' at all directories whose names match the
       stop list entries - the contents of these directories will not be
       shown. Syntax of the stop list is the same as that of the skip list.
     Files of size <= ### bytes will not appear in the map.
       -size is the same as -size0 (to skip only zero size files).
     Hide symbolic links (do not show they are links).
     Quiet: don't report progress on standard error output.

 htmltree -l5 -f -i Map.html -skip "*.jpg *.gif ?.t*xt" -stop "h*lp" -hs - -a