The concept of
unfurling is to take all items from within a given tree and move them as far up the tree as possible.
folder └───subfolder1 │ └───subfolder2 │ │ └───subfolder3 │ │ │ │ file.txt │ │ │ └───subfolder4 │ │ │ │ │ file.txt
Should end up turning into something looking like using a respectful unfurl:
folder │ file.txt └───subfolder4 │ │ file.txt
Or, by using a non-respectful furl:
folder │ file.txt │ file.txt
Because this program uses the docopt library, to use this program you have to install the library by running:
pip install docopt==0.6.2
unfurl --help- Show program help
unfurl --version- Show program version
unfurl --respect- Respect the tree structure
unfurl <folder>- Unfurl everything in given folder only
- EG: unfurl asdf
Destination path 'C:\Users\user\folder\asdf' already exists occur when there is no file/folder with the same name?
Python does not see a difference between files and folders; therefore - it is impossible to move a file to a directory where a folder has the same name.