Directory Crawler is a lightweight console application built in .NET C# to crawl and list out all accessible directories and subdirectories recursively within an assigned target directory, then output the results of directory list into a text file.
I created this program as I need to monitor some shared directories within a local network.
Here’s how the program looked like and works, in animated GIF:
After the program finished running, an output text file will be created within the program base folder and if you open the text file, this is how it looked like; a list of accessible directories within the assigned target directory.
Note: Creating an output file sometimes might be time-consuming depending on PC performance and number of crawled directories (usually more than 1000+ directories).
Example (opened using Notepad2-mod app):
Source Code and Downloads
The source code is available on my GitHub repository and compiled using Visual Studio 2015 Community. The source code is released under MIT license. The latest binary package can be download from the release page.