viking777 Posted February 15, 2009 Report Share Posted February 15, 2009 Is there some clever command line way to remove a 'containing' folder without removing the files within it? Example - My directory structure is A/B/files, but what I want is A/files ie get rid of /B. The only way I know how to do it at the moment is to move '/files' from /B to /A then delete the folder /B. I presume this is the only way to do it? It is just that if /files is large it takes a long time to move them and I wondered if there was a better way? It would be a lot quicker to be able to just delete /B and have the files magically appear under /A. I have a feeling this isn't possible. :unsure: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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