A friendly file copier/installer
doppel [OPTION]... SOURCE... DEST
To copy files or directories, just list the sources as arguments followed by the destination: doppel src1 src2 dst. By default, if only one source is specified, it is copied onto the destination; if multiple sources are specified, they are copied into the destination. This default can be explicitly specified with -o/--onto or -i/--into, respectively.
Change to directory DIR before resolving paths of source files.
Set the format of the output archive; one of: tar, gzip, bzip2, or zip. If this option is specified, --into is implied. If not set, source files will be copied normally, and no archive will be created.
Copy sources into directory DEST.
Set the file permissions to MODE (an octal) when copying. Note: this has no effect when --format=zip.
When copying, use the full name of each source file as specified on the command line instead of just the tail. This behavior is similar to *tar(1)*.
Copy a single source onto file or directory DEST.
Automatically create parent directories for DEST as needed.
A prefix to add to the paths of destination files. This only applies when using --format.
Recursively copy source directories to the destination.
Display a help message and exit.
Output version information and exit.
This project is licensed under the BSD 3-clause license.