A simple but elegant way to create a huge number of files or directories or any combination of both without much hassle. The package also supports multiple extensions and custom extensions, in a simple and easy syntax.
On installing the package the user will see "File System Builder" menu in the packages dropdown. The first option you will see is to create File/Folder. On clicking this a modal will appear, in which the commands can be given.
The command used will be: -->
the -d option stands for delimiting. consider the scenario where you type the command "-p phpfile1 dir1". even though you want dir1 to be read as a directory, the package will understand it as another php file. So it is important for the package to understand that the user doesn't want the extension to continue from this point on. So we have the -d option. it is to tell Rapido-File that from this point on the extension is reset. so the command "-p phpfile1 -d dir1" will be understood as though dir1 is a directory. The command "-p phpfile1 -d dir1 phpfile2" will be understood as if phpfile2 is also a directory, hence it is important to understand the application of the "-d" option, so for telling Rapido-File that phpfile2 is a php file the following command has to be executed, "-p phpfile1 -d dir1 -p phpfile2". It is also possible to continue to create directories after using the "-d" option, such as: "-p phpfile1 -d dir1 / some.txt ^ dir2" where dir1 and dir2 will be interpreted as directories.
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