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# Moving all but one folder to sub-directory - git

## Moving all but one folder to sub-directory - git Tag : git , By : Reiner Date : November 29 2020, 09:01 AM

To fix the issue you can do You would need to move the existing repo first in order to avoid a git status showing you that "everything is deleted".
mkdir ~/ghubrepo
mv ~/* ~/ghubrepo # you might have a warning stating that it cannot move
# ghubrepo in itself
mv ~/.git ~/ghubrepo


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## Moving a folder (Directory) from one location to another - misbehavior

Tag : chash , By : m0gb0y74
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine Even though this works in the command line to move a file, when programming you need to provide the full new name.
So you'd need to change newLocation to "C:\Songs\Elvis\Elvis my Man" to make this work.

## Moving Folder in a Directory

Tag : vb.net , By : user179445
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you According to the docs, the destination path must include the new name of the file or directory you are moving.
As you already retrieve the DirectoryInfo for the folder being moved, you can use its Name property to get the name of the directory you are moving, which you can then append to the destination path:
For Each curf In listFolders '// listfolders(1) would be the mysubfolder
Dim DirInfo As New System.IO.DirectoryInfo(curf)
Directory.Move(curf, Path.Combine("D:\", DirInfo.Name))
Next


## Moving all files in a folder to a new child directory

Tag : windows , By : Bruce
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you You can easily chain the Get-ChildItem (aliased as dir) and Move-Item (aliased as mv) to perform the move in one easy line. The only real trick is you need to specify the -Destination parameter (abbreviated as -dest):
dir c:\foo\* | mv -dest c:\foo\bar

dir c:\foo\* | ? {-not \$_.PSIsContainer} | mv -dest c:\foo\bar


## Moving down a folder in working directory

Tag : r , By : Shrek Qian
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help The symbol ~ does not do what you seem to think it does. It does not mean "the current directory". ~ refers to your home directory.
The correct symbol to use for current directory is a period .
setwd("./subfolder")

setwd("subfolder")

Sys.getenv("R_USER")
Sys.getenv("HOME")
Sys.getenv("HOMEDRIVE")
Sys.getenv("HOMEPATH")

normalizePath("~")


## Moving files from more than one folder to the parent directory using CMD

Tag : development , By : Bas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Use a For loop. The key to getting directory names in this code is "dir /a:d" which only lists directories. I put that into the %%a variable. Use %~dp0 to refer to the directory the batch file is in. If your bat is somewhere else, do a find and replace all for that to the directory path you need. Lastly use RMDIR to remove each folder with /q /s to make it silent and remove all files within the directory (part1 part2 etc...) and the directories themselves.
@echo off
for /f "tokens=* delims=" %%a in ('dir /a:d /b "%~dp0"') do (
copy "%~dp0%%a\*.*" "%~dp0"
RMDIR /q /s "%~dp0%%a"
)