Library for reading and displaying directory information
Libdircmd is a library used by DirUtils. It contains code that can read a directory, format the output and display it in columns. The main design concept behind the library is to not wrap the display, shrinking or removing columns to make it fit. The DirUtils repository has many examples of how you can use this library.
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