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I have two existing directories :

  • foo: directory with dotfiles in it
  • foo2: empty directory

I would like to have a solution to copy all dotfiles in foo to foo2. I would like a solution that is not shell-dependent (bash, zsh, etc.). I would prefer not having to install rsync to do it (tar is ok).

Weeks ago, I asked this similar questionthis similar question, but I feel both questions should be separated as they answer different needs. All answers were shell-dependent or using rsync.

I have two existing directories :

  • foo: directory with dotfiles in it
  • foo2: empty directory

I would like to have a solution to copy all dotfiles in foo to foo2. I would like a solution that is not shell-dependent (bash, zsh, etc.). I would prefer not having to install rsync to do it (tar is ok).

Weeks ago, I asked this similar question, but I feel both questions should be separated as they answer different needs. All answers were shell-dependent or using rsync.

I have two existing directories :

  • foo: directory with dotfiles in it
  • foo2: empty directory

I would like to have a solution to copy all dotfiles in foo to foo2. I would like a solution that is not shell-dependent (bash, zsh, etc.). I would prefer not having to install rsync to do it (tar is ok).

Weeks ago, I asked this similar question, but I feel both questions should be separated as they answer different needs. All answers were shell-dependent or using rsync.

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shell-independantindependent way to cp dotfiles from a folder to another

I have two existing directories :

  • foo: directory with dotfiles in it
  • foo2: empty directory

I would like to have a solution to copy all dotfiles in foo into foo2. I would like a solution that is not shell-dependantdependent (bash, zsh, etc.). I would prefer not having to install rsync to do it (tar is ok).

Weeks ago, I asked this similar question, but I feel both questions should be separated as they answer different needs. All answers were shell-dependantdependent or using rsync.

shell-independant way to cp dotfiles from a folder to another

I have two existing directories :

  • foo: directory with dotfiles in it
  • foo2: empty directory

I would like to have a solution to copy all dotfiles in foo in foo2. I would like a solution that is not shell-dependant (bash, zsh, etc.). I would prefer not having to install rsync to do it (tar is ok).

Weeks ago, I asked this similar question, but I feel both questions should be separated as they answer different needs. All answers were shell-dependant or using rsync.

shell-independent way to cp dotfiles from a folder to another

I have two existing directories :

  • foo: directory with dotfiles in it
  • foo2: empty directory

I would like to have a solution to copy all dotfiles in foo to foo2. I would like a solution that is not shell-dependent (bash, zsh, etc.). I would prefer not having to install rsync to do it (tar is ok).

Weeks ago, I asked this similar question, but I feel both questions should be separated as they answer different needs. All answers were shell-dependent or using rsync.

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