Please do not make mv-command a synonym of mv, but just delete it.
As suggested by @Braiam, I edited all 9 questions tagged with mv-command and removed the tag or replaced it with mv, if not already both tags were used.
Now (2015/04/19) the tag mv-command contains 0 questions.
I also edited the tag wiki of mv-command to
Please do NOT use this tag! Use "mv" instead! This tag is going to be deleted!
which hopefully prevents new users to tag their questions with it while it is still around.
I also tried to improve the excerpt and tag wiki of mv.
I request to make mv-command a synonym of mv as master tag, because both are about equal in size and significance, but mv would have the same "syntax" as cp then, which is a very similar tag and command.
mvcommand, to rename SOURCE file(s) and folder(s) to DESTINATION, or move SOURCE(s) to DIRECTORY.
For full manual type in a terminal window: man mv
- size: 11 questions
- age: created May 2014
- top answerer: muru (2A, score 10)
- top asker: efrem (1Q, score 5)
mv-command stands for
moveand is used to either rename files and/or move files to directories.