From MorphOS Library
List - Lists the contents of the specified directory
DIR/M, P=PAT/K, KEYS/S, DATES/S, NODATES/S, TO/K, SUB/K, SINCE/K, UPTO/K, QUICK/S, BLOCK/S, NOHEAD/S, FILES/S,DIRS/S, LFORMAT/K, SORT/K, USERS/S, GROUPS/S, ALL/S
DIR - directory, filename or pattern to match PAT - if specified, only files/dirs matching this pattern will be listed KEYS - displays the block number of each file header or directory DATES - displays the dates NODATES - do not display the dates TO - specifies an output file or device for List; by default, List outputs to the current window SUB - lists only files containing the substring SUB SINCE - lists only files timestamped on or after the specified date UPTO - lists only files timestamped on or before the specified date QUICK - lists only the names of files and directories BLOCK - displays file sizes in 512-byte blocks, rather than bytes NOHEAD - suppresses printing of the header and summary information FILES - lists files only (no directories) DIRS - lists directories only (no files) LFORMAT - defines a string to specially format List output SORT - see below USERS - shows user owner of the files GROUPS - shows groups which the files belong to ALL - lists the contents of all directories and subdirectories
the 'SORT' keyword requires any of N=NAME, D=DATE, S=SIZE, RN=REVERSENAME, RD=REVERSEDATE,RS=REVERSESIZE
The LFORMAT option modifies the output of List and can be used as a quick method of generating script files. When using LFORMAT, specify an output format string; this string is output for each file or directory normally listed. It can contain any text you specify, plus the usual List output information. When LFORMAT is specified, the QUICK and NOHEAD options are automatically selected. To save the output, you must redirect it to a file by using the > operator or specifying a TO file.
The available substitution operators are:
%A Prints file attributes (protection bits). %B Prints size of file in blocks. %C Prints any comments attached to the file. %D Prints the date associated with the file. %E Prints just the file extension. %K Prints the file key block number. %L Prints the length of the file in bytes. %M Prints the file name only, omitting any extension. %N Prints the name of the file. %P Prints the file parent path. %S Superseded by %N and %P; still functional. %T Prints the time associated with the file.
You can put a length specifier and/or a justification specifier between the percent sign (%) and the field specifier. To specify left justification, place a minus sign (-) before the length specifier. Otherwise, the information displayed is right justified.
NOTE: The default output of the LIST command uses the following specification: %-24 %7L %A %D %T