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dired

Edit the contents of a directory.  Ctrl-X D

The command dired (for directory edit) allows you to conveniently peruse the contents of a directory, examining the contents of files and, if you wish, selecting some for deletion, copying, or moving.

The command prompts for the name of a directory or a file pattern. By default, it uses the current directory. It then displays a buffer in the current window, with contents similar to what the operating system command "dir" would display. Each line of the dired buffer contains the name of a file and information about it.

In dired mode, alphabetic keys run special dired commands. See the description of the dired-mode command for details. Typing H or "?" in dired mode gives help on dired subcommands.

More info:

Invoking Epsilon (Getting Started)
Internet Support
Directory Editing
find-file
expand-wildcards
Dired Subroutines (Primitives)
Internet Primitives (Primitives)



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