@directory_read(path:string, level:int)
@directory_read(path:string, ["ext1", "ext2", ...]:tab)
@directory_read(path:string, level:int, ["ext1", "ext2", ...]:tab)

The first version of this command returns a MAP (dictionary) where the keys are the names of the file located in the directory specifeid by path. The subdirectory do not appears in the map. The value associated to a key is the key itself.

If level is specified, the listing is extended to the subdirectories up to level of nestings. A sub-directory is described by a key (a string specifying its name) and a map describing its content.

If ["ext1", "ext2", ...] is specified, only the files with theses extensions are listed.

See also System Related Functions @arch_darwin,    @arch_linux,    @arch_windows,    @compilation,    @configuration_arch,    @configuration_audiosample,    @configuration_debug,    @configuration_faust,    @configuration_host,    @configuration_release,    @configuration_target_architecture,    @current_load_directory,    @directory_read,    @exe_child_of,    @exe_parent,    @history_length,    @host_date,    @info,    @is_fastforward,    @is_following_on,    @is_paused,    @is_playing_on,    @is_running,    @is_stopped,    @pwd,    @system,    @Tracing,    @typecheck,    @UnTracing    @usage_resident_memory_size,    @usage_statistics,    @usage_virtual_memory_size