RE: File & Directory Hightlighting

On Tue, 14 Sep 2010, Masiar, Peter wrote:

To: Keith Roberts <keith karsites net>
From: "Masiar, Peter" <peter masiar yale edu>
Subject: RE: File & Directory Hightlighting

What about copying the subset of directories to be processed into a staging area, then copying them from 
there to multiple destinations?
They are all empty, so staging area would take just a little space.
And no code changes are needed, it is just a usage pattern.

Peter Masiar, Environmental Health and Safety (EHS)
(203) 314-2719

Can you do that with mc, or are you talking bash shell cp command ?


-----Original Message-----
From: mc-bounces gnome org [mailto:mc-bounces gnome org] On Behalf Of Keith Roberts
Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2010 11:20 AM
To: mc gnome org
Subject: File & Directory Hightlighting

I'm having to copy empty sub-directories to several
different directories at once.

Would it be possible to have an option in mc, that would
allow one to keep the same set of files/directories
hightlighted after a copy has been done?

So multiple copies could then be done, without having to
keep selecting and highlighting the same set of files each
time a new copy is done?

Kind Regards,



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