Hi,

I would like to make the following script in ruby:

Given a directory, for example /home, I would like to take ALL the
subdirectories and files that are inside /home, and put them in a
TreeView structure (from Ruby GTK), so I would have all those
subdirectories and files arranged in that structure that I could then
display as a graphic object.

I have found how to print all the stuff that is inside my current
directory:

require 'find'
Find.find('./') do |f| p f end

I could insert all what that command prints in the TreeView but then it
would be all at the first level of the TreeView.

So I need to know, at each loop, what is at what level (which is the
father, which is the son, etc), in order to insert it correctly in the
TreeView.

In other words, right now I am able to do this:

/home/a
/home/a1
/home/a2
/home/b

etc

And I would like to do this:

/home/a
     /home/a1
     /home/a2
/home/b

Any ideas?


Thanks.
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