It looks great! Thanks for the pdfs!
If you want a tool to interface between you and your scripts, you should try
. It helps to make listings, searchings (just like the old Norton Comander), and call scripts. It has a lot of very useful pluggins. For me it is what I miss from the old Windows and my daily swiss-knife.
Your pdfs will help me find some time to learn to use TT.- Whats bizarre is that the TT's manual installation was expected to generate postscript files just by calling ttree -f /../ttree.conf. Those would be easily transformed into pdf with the help of ghostscript. But the autogenerated config files seem not to be working.
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