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Copy files recursively in Windows
0 101 posted 4 years ago by wesleydepoorter
Creating a static copy of a dynamic website
0 165 posted 7 years ago by alexaivars
tar is usually used for achiving applications, but what we are going to do in this case is tar it then pipe it over an ssh connection. tar handles large file trees quite well and preserves all file permissions, etc, including those UNIX systems which...
0 101 posted 8 years ago by wnasich
Kudos to http://snipplr.com/view/26670/
0 78 posted 8 years ago by klovera
currently formatted for use on mediatemple server. replace file path with absolute path of resources.
0 80 posted 9 years ago by dan_hoerr
Just up arrow to this while you are modifying widget1.svg to easily create timestamped copies.
1 58 posted 9 years ago by aleidax
0 65 posted 10 years ago by therobot
Useful if some files already exist at the destination and are newer or would take too long to copy again.
0 49 posted 10 years ago by deepsoul
Using svnadmin hotcopy doesn’t require any server downtime, completes in minutes, and replicates server configuration and hook scripts.
1 63 posted 10 years ago by Mithun
r : recursive v: verbose --progress : shows progress with percentage
0 60 posted 10 years ago by godstroke
credit: tim robinson
0 67 posted 10 years ago by pdswan
This is useful for upgrading Drupal modules, etc.
0 78 posted 10 years ago by jmiller
1 72 posted 10 years ago by radarseven
0 66 posted 12 years ago by assbach
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