I have a folder
X:\Export that has several folders:
X:\Export +---Export1 | \---various files … +---Export2 | \---… and subfolders +---Export3 | \---etc. \---etc. (names vary widely)
Each “Export” folder has the same subdirectory structure, but they have different files (with possibly some name collisions). I would like to copy all the subfolders and the files of
X:\Export\Export3, etc., to a folder
X:\Export\merged, keeping the subdirectory structure.
Pseudocode of what I would like to do but cannot get working properly:
create new folder "merged" for (every folder X in a given directory Y (i.e., X:\Export) copy every file in X keeping directory structure to "merged" If conflict then overwrite