A copying utility which is a successor to xcopy.

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Using xxcopy to flatten a directory without adding the subdirectory name?

I'm trying to flatten an existing directory with subdirectories into another directory using xxcopy. My command currently looks like: xxcopy .\VisitraxImages .\VisitraxImagesNew /s /sx ...
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What's the fastest way to generate dir skeleton on win32?

That is, to traverse a directory and create a replica with zero-sized files. I currently use xxcopy /E /TR0 but it's very slow.