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Make a copy of the folder, either to a different part of the repository, or to a working copy rooted in the same repository. This can also be used to create a branch/tag without the need to have a working copy checked out. View/Edit the folder's properties. Mark the folder for comparison. A marked folder is shown in bold. The input path must be a file, not a directory. Path to the output file or directory. A relative path is treated with respect to the value of CMAKECURRENTBINARYDIR. If the path names an existing directory the output file is placed in that directory with the same file name as the input file.

Hi, when I try to clone a remote bitbucket Mercurial repo with SourceTree in Windows, I get 'This is not a valid source path / URL'. Starting from the same UI windows (earth button) I'm able to create a new remote bitbucket repo, so it seems that the proxy and user credentials are fine. This is not a valid file name. Try one or more of the following:. Check the path to make sure it was typed correctly. Select a file from the list of files and folders. (See screenshot below.) I know that it is not an issue with the path because I haven't changed the path. I'm just clicking Save As and saving a new version in the same folder.

Copies file data from one location to another.

Syntax

For example, to copy a file named yearly-report.mov from c:reports to a file share marketingvideos while enabling multi-threading for higher performance (with the /mt parameter) and the ability to restart the transfer in case it's interrupted (with the /z parameter), type:

Parameters

ParameterDescription
<source>Specifies the path to the source directory.
<destination>Specifies the path to the destination directory.
<file>Specifies the file or files to be copied. Wildcard characters (* or ?) are supported. If you don't specify this parameter, *.* is used as the default value.
<options>Specifies the options to use with the robocopy command, including copy, file, retry, logging, and job options.
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Copy options

OptionDescription
/sCopies subdirectories. This option automatically excludes empty directories.
/eCopies subdirectories. This option automatically includes empty directories.
/lev:<n>Copies only the top n levels of the source directory tree.
/zCopies files in restartable mode. In restartable mode, should a file copy be interrupted, Robocopy can pick up where it left off rather than re-copying the entire file.
/bCopies files in backup mode. Backup mode allows Robocopy to override file and folder permission settings (ACLs). This allows you to copy files you might otherwise not have access to, assuming it's being run under an account with sufficient privileges.
/zbCopies files in restartable mode. If file access is denied, switches to backup mode.
/jCopies using unbuffered I/O (recommended for large files).
/efsrawCopies all encrypted files in EFS RAW mode.
/copy:<copyflags>Specifies which file properties to copy. The valid values for this option are:
  • D - Data
  • A - Attributes
  • T - Time stamps
  • S - NTFS access control list (ACL)
  • O - Owner information
  • U - Auditing information
The default value for this option is DAT (data, attributes, and time stamps).
/dcopy:<copyflags>Specifies what to copy in directories. The valid values for this option are:
  • D - Data
  • A - Attributes
  • T - Time stamps
The default value for this option is DA (data and attributes).
/secCopies files with security (equivalent to /copy:DATS).
/copyallCopies all file information (equivalent to /copy:DATSOU).
/nocopyCopies no file information (useful with /purge).
/secfixFixes file security on all files, even skipped ones.
/timfixFixes file times on all files, even skipped ones.
/purgeDeletes destination files and directories that no longer exist in the source. Using this option with the /e option and a destination directory, allows the destination directory security settings to not be overwritten.
/mirMirrors a directory tree (equivalent to /e plus /purge). Using this option with the /e option and a destination directory, overwrites the destination directory security settings.
/movMoves files, and deletes them from the source after they are copied.
/moveMoves files and directories, and deletes them from the source after they are copied.
/a+:[RASHCNET]Adds the specified attributes to copied files. The valid values for this option are:
  • R - Read only
  • A - Archive
  • S - System
  • H - Hidden
  • C - Compressed
  • N - Not content indexed
  • E - Encrypted
  • T - Temporary
/a-:[RASHCNET]Removes the specified attributes from copied files. The valid values for this option are:
  • R - Read only
  • A - Archive
  • S - System
  • H - Hidden
  • C - Compressed
  • N - Not content indexed
  • E - Encrypted
  • T - Temporary
/createCreates a directory tree and zero-length files only.
/fatCreates destination files by using 8.3 character-length FAT file names only.
/256Turns off support for paths longer than 256 characters.
/mon:<n>Monitors the source, and runs again when more than n changes are detected.
/mot:<m>Monitors the source, and runs again in m minutes, if changes are detected.
/MT[:n]Creates multi-threaded copies with n threads. n must be an integer between 1 and 128. The default value for n is 8. For better performance, redirect your output using /log option.

The /mt parameter can't be used with the /ipg and /efsraw parameters.

/rh:hhmm-hhmmSpecifies run times when new copies may be started.
/pfChecks run times on a per-file (not per-pass) basis.
/ipg:nSpecifies the inter-packet gap to free bandwidth on slow lines.
/slDon't follow symbolic links and instead create a copy of the link.
/nodcopyCopies no directory info (the default /dcopy:DA is done).
/nooffloadCopies files without using the Windows Copy Offload mechanism.
/compressRequests network compression during file transfer, if applicable.

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When using the /secfix copy option, specify the type of security information you want to copy, using one of these additional copy options:

  • /copyall
  • /copy:o
  • /copy:s
  • /copy:u
  • /sec

File selection options

OptionDescription
/aCopies only files for which the Archive attribute is set.
/mCopies only files for which the Archive attribute is set, and resets the Archive attribute.
/ia:[RASHCNETO]Includes only files for which any of the specified attributes are set. The valid values for this option are:
  • R - Read only
  • A - Archive
  • S - System
  • H - Hidden
  • C - Compressed
  • N - Not content indexed
  • E - Encrypted
  • T - Temporary
  • O - Offline
/xa:[RASHCNETO]Excludes files for which any of the specified attributes are set. The valid values for this option are:
  • R - Read only
  • A - Archive
  • S - System
  • H - Hidden
  • C - Compressed
  • N - Not content indexed
  • E - Encrypted
  • T - Temporary
  • O - Offline
/xf <filename>[ ..]Excludes files that match the specified names or paths. Wildcard characters (* and ?) are supported.
/xd <directory>[ ..]Excludes directories that match the specified names and paths.
/xcExcludes existing files with the same timestamp, but different file sizes.
/xnExcludes existing files newer than the copy in the source directory.
/xoExcludes existing files older than the copy in the source directory.
/xxExcludes extra files and directories present in the destination but not the source. Excluding extra files will not delete files from the destination.
/xlExcludes 'lonely' files and directories present in the source but not the destination. Excluding lonely files prevents any new files from being added to the destination.
/isIncludes the same files. Same files are identical in name, size, times, and all attributes.
/itIncludes 'tweaked' files. Tweaked files have the same name, size, and times, but different attributes.
/max:<n>Specifies the maximum file size (to exclude files bigger than n bytes).
/min:<n>Specifies the minimum file size (to exclude files smaller than n bytes).
/maxage:<n>Specifies the maximum file age (to exclude files older than n days or date).
/minage:<n>Specifies the minimum file age (exclude files newer than n days or date).
/maxlad:<n>Specifies the maximum last access date (excludes files unused since n).
/minlad:<n>Specifies the minimum last access date (excludes files used since n) If n is less than 1900, n specifies the number of days. Otherwise, n specifies a date in the format YYYYMMDD.
/xjExcludes junction points, which are normally included by default.
/fftAssumes FAT file times (two-second precision).
/dstCompensates for one-hour DST time differences.
/xjdExcludes junction points for directories.
/xjfExcludes junction points for files.

Retry options

OptionDescription
/r:<n>Specifies the number of retries on failed copies. The default value of n is 1,000,000 (one million retries).
/w:<n>Specifies the wait time between retries, in seconds. The default value of n is 30 (wait time 30 seconds).
/regSaves the values specified in the /r and /w options as default settings in the registry.
/tbdSpecifies that the system will wait for share names to be defined (retry error 67).

Logging options

OptionDescription
/lSpecifies that files are to be listed only (and not copied, deleted, or time stamped).
/xReports all extra files, not just those that are selected.
/vProduces verbose output, and shows all skipped files.
/tsIncludes source file time stamps in the output.
/fpIncludes the full path names of the files in the output.
/bytesPrints sizes, as bytes.
/nsSpecifies that file sizes are not to be logged.
/ncSpecifies that file classes are not to be logged.
/nflSpecifies that file names are not to be logged.
/ndlSpecifies that directory names are not to be logged.
/npSpecifies that the progress of the copying operation (the number of files or directories copied so far) will not be displayed.
/etaShows the estimated time of arrival (ETA) of the copied files.
/log:<logfile>Writes the status output to the log file (overwrites the existing log file).
/log+:<logfile>Writes the status output to the log file (appends the output to the existing log file).
/unicodeDisplays the status output as Unicode text.
/unilog:<logfile>Writes the status output to the log file as Unicode text (overwrites the existing log file).
/unilog+:<logfile>Writes the status output to the log file as Unicode text (appends the output to the existing log file).
/teeWrites the status output to the console window, as well as to the log file.
/njhSpecifies that there is no job header.
/njsSpecifies that there is no job summary.

Job options

OptionDescription
/job:<jobname>Specifies that parameters are to be derived from the named job file.
/save:<jobname>Specifies that parameters are to be saved to the named job file.
/quitQuits after processing command line (to view parameters).
/nosdIndicates that no source directory is specified.
/noddIndicates that no destination directory is specified.
/ifIncludes the specified files.

Exit (return) codes

ValueDescription
0No files were copied. No failure was encountered. No files were mismatched. The files already exist in the destination directory; therefore, the copy operation was skipped.
1All files were copied successfully.
2There are some additional files in the destination directory that are not present in the source directory. No files were copied.
3Some files were copied. Additional files were present. No failure was encountered.
5Some files were copied. Some files were mismatched. No failure was encountered.
6Additional files and mismatched files exist. No files were copied and no failures were encountered. This means that the files already exist in the destination directory.
7Files were copied, a file mismatch was present, and additional files were present.
8Several files did not copy.

Note

Any value greater than 8 indicates that there was at least one failure during the copy operation.

Additional References

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Configuring the source tree

Working

The next step is to configure the Apache source tree for your particular platform and personal requirements. This is done using the script configure included in the root directory of the distribution. (Developers downloading an unreleased version of the Apache source tree will need to have autoconf and libtool installed and will need to run buildconf before proceeding with the next steps. This is not necessary for official releases.)

To configure the source tree using all the default options, simply type ./configure. To change the default options, configure accepts a variety of variables and command line options.

The most important option is the location --prefix where Apache is to be installed later, because Apache has to be configured for this location to work correctly. More fine-tuned control of the location of files is possible with additional configure options.

Also at this point, you can specify which features you want included in Apache by enabling and disabling modules. Apache comes with a wide range of modules included by default. They will be compiled as shared objects (DSOs) which can be loaded or unloaded at runtime. You can also choose to compile modules statically by using the option --enable-module=static.

Additional modules are enabled using the --enable-module option, where module is the name of the module with the mod_ string removed and with any underscore converted to a dash. Similarly, you can disable modules with the --disable-module option. Be careful when using these options, since configure cannot warn you if the module you specify does not exist; it will simply ignore the option.

In addition, it is sometimes necessary to provide the configure script with extra information about the location of your compiler, libraries, or header files. This is done by passing either environment variables or command line options to configure. For more information, see the configure manual page. Or invoke configure using the --help option.

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For a short impression of what possibilities you have, here is a typical example which compiles Apache for the installation tree /sw/pkg/apache with a particular compiler and flags plus the two additional modules mod_ldap and mod_lua:

$ CC='pgcc' CFLAGS='-O2'
./configure --prefix=/sw/pkg/apache
--enable-ldap=shared
--enable-lua=shared

When configure is run it will take several minutes to test for the availability of features on your system and build Makefiles which will later be used to compile the server.

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Details on all the different configure options are available on the configure manual page.