COPYRUN

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NAME

copyrun, renamerun - copy or rename run files  

SYNOPSIS

copyrun source destination

renamerun oldname newname  

DESCRIPTION

Copyrun copies all of the files making up the run of the given source name, to the given destination name. These files are the frame file (.frm), the run description file (.txt), the frame description file (.frd), and the waveform files (.wnn). Any associated analysis(1) parameter file or waveform parameter files will not be copied. The name arguments can be given with or without the .frm suffix.

The destination name must correspond to the final run name. If you give the name of an existing run, it will be not be overwritten. You must first remove all of the destination's files if you want to replace it with a copy of the source. Don't specify a directory name as the destination: it won't tack on the source file name to the destination directory, like cp(1) does. If you want to copy several run files to another directory, keeping the same names, use cp as in this example: "cp cell5* ../mydir".

Renamerun renames all of the files making up the run of the given oldname, to the given newname. These files are the frame file (.frm), the text file (.txt), and the waveform files (.wnn). Any associated analysis(1) parameter file or waveform parameter files will not be renamed. The name arguments can be given with or without the .frm suffix.

The newname must correspond to the final run name. If you give the name of an existing run, it will be not be overwritten or removed. You must first remove all of the newname's files if you want to replace it with the renamed run. Don't specify a directory name as the new name: it won't tack on the old file name to the destination directory, like mv(1) does. If you want to move several run files to another directory, keeping the same names, use mv as in this example: "mv cell5* ../mydir".

There is no removerun command. You can easily remove all of the files making up one run by typing "rm runname.???". (This will also remove associated parameter files.)  

FILES

*.frm         frame files

*.txt          corresponding run descriptions

*.frd          corresponding frame descriptions

*.w??          corresponding waveform files
 

SEE ALSO

cap(1), dsepr(1), lsrun(1)
cp(1), mv(1), rm(1)
 

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SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
FILES
SEE ALSO

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Copyright © G. R. Detillieux, Spinal Cord Research Centre, The University of Manitoba.