When I run the following:
mv -v foo /mnt/bar
foo and all it's sub contents is moved into the directory
/mnt/bar. The order that files are moved appears to be directory order (
Is there a good way to perform this same operation but ensure that the sub files/directories of
foo are moved in alphabetical order?
I realise I can use
find -exec mv to iterate the sub contents in alphabetical order but this requires some annoying gymnastics to maintain the same subdirectory structure in the target. I was hoping for a flag on GNU
mv but the man page shows nothing useful.