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Jul
15
awarded  Self-Learner
Apr
25
asked VirtualBox mounted with Vagrant reach maximum diskspace
Feb
24
revised Can't generate a Reflow project from photoshop CC
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Feb
20
asked Can't generate a Reflow project from photoshop CC
Jan
3
accepted Kaleidoscope for git difftool
Jan
3
revised Kaleidoscope for git difftool
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Jan
3
answered Kaleidoscope for git difftool
Jan
3
revised Kaleidoscope for git difftool
syntax error in the command runned
Dec
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
17
asked Kaleidoscope for git difftool
Dec
16
revised What is the equivalent of “cp --verbose” on windows for copy?
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Dec
16
comment What is the equivalent of “cp --verbose” on windows for copy?
You are right. My bad I thought I should edit my question to precise it but I forgot.
Dec
16
revised What is the equivalent of “cp --verbose” on windows for copy?
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Dec
16
comment What is the equivalent of “cp --verbose” on windows for copy?
Indeed as an optional third argument you can specify a list of files using wildcard (eg ROBOCOPY C:\myProject\build\ C:\myProject\release\ *.apk. Bu I didn't find a way to rename the files in batch
Dec
13
comment What is the equivalent of “cp --verbose” on windows for copy?
Does it work for a specific source file and destination file because I have to rename the file to suffix the version number by the way ?
Dec
13
comment What is the equivalent of “cp --verbose” on windows for copy?
I was exactly looking to output the source and destination filenames, but it would be cool if I coud avoid displaying the entire file because it's a zipped package.
Dec
13
revised What is the equivalent of “cp --verbose” on windows for copy?
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Dec
13
awarded  Student
Dec
13
asked What is the equivalent of “cp --verbose” on windows for copy?
Mar
20
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