At the command line, lets say my
pwd is something like:
And there is a file in some deep directory that I want to rename. Normally I would do this:
# mv /var/some/deep/folder/structure/fileA /var/some/deep/folder/structure/fileB
What question is, are there any command line tricks to rename a file/dir without having to type out the entire directory structure again? Something like:
# mv /var/some/deep/folder/structure/fileA fileB
The problem with that command is that it moves fileA to your
pwd. Obviously I want to keep it in the same location and simply rename it. So as I said, are there any tricks to achieve this without having to type out the entire directory structure again? It's simply a question out of curiosity and laziness.