I’m sure you have copied/moved files on your computer from one place to another. And I’m sure often you have to do more than just “single-shot” copying that is copy a few files to one place, move a few to another, and copy yet some more to one more location. Well, I had to do this quite a few times (e.g. I ran out of disk space recently on a partition and had to empty out my “Movies” and “Songs” folders to move a few movies/songs each to all other partitions/disks according to the space available). Hence, I wrote this little command line program, which behaves like a basket.
You can put any number of files from any number of different locations into it in a single shot. It will store their locations and give them an ID. Now, you can copy/move those files to different destinations based on their IDs. What’s even better is that your basket will remain intact even across reboots. So, you can continue working on the files in the basket even for days.
Do check it out at Shantz Copy Basket
Note: Packages for windows as well as linux have been uploaded. If you have perl, a perl script is also given that works in both platforms without change. I have tested it on Windows XP SP2 and Ubuntu Feisty Fawn 7.04.
[tags]linux, windows, ubuntu, feisty fawn, Shantz Copy Basket, shantz-cp-basket, copy, move, multiple copy in a single shot, copy to different locations[/tags]