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ers usernumber rr. This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_1130902520.76477399-- Q: Move file with new name from desktop to iOS Documents directory I am writing a script for iPhone which is supposed to move a file from desktop to iOS Documents directory. My aim is to do this through bash shell in Mac OS X. I could not get the right command for this. Here is my attempt. #!/bin/bash moveFile(){ fiName="$1" Fi_dir_name="$( cd "$( dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}" )" && pwd )" if [! -e "${Fi_dir_name}/${fiName}" ] then echo "File doesn't exists in documents." exit 1 else #Append the file name in the end of the directory name if [ -f "${Fi_dir_name}/${fiName}" ] echo "Appending file name" fiName="${fiName}".${fiName}" #Moving the file to documents directory if [ -d "${Fi_dir_name}/${fiName}" ] moveFile "${Fi_dir_name}/${fiName}" fi } The file on the desktop is called testFile.txt. When I run this script, I get this error. ./ line 10: moveFile testFile.txt.txt.txt.txt.txt.txt.txt.txt.txt: No such file or directory What am I doing wrong? A: The problem is here: moveFile "${Fi_dir_name}/${fiName}" For your case, I think moveFile is correct. moveFile testFile.txt For the complete script, please take a look at the following: #!/bin/bash




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