This crate provides a simple command line utility for randomly selecting N files from a directory and copying/moving them to a target directory.
randselect operates (inefficiently) by generating a random permutation of
the files in a given directory, then moving/copying the first N files in
the resulting permutation to a target directory.
randselect Tool for randomly selecting files from a directory. USAGE: randselect [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] -i <IN_DIR> -n <N> -o <OUT_DIR> FLAGS: -g, --go Execute the copy or move. Specify a seed for deterministic behavior. -h, --help Prints help information -m Whether to move the selected files rather than copy. -c, --no_color Disable colorized output. Only supported in Unix-like OSes. -V, --version Prints version information -v Sets the level of verbosity OPTIONS: -i <IN_DIR> The input directory to select from. -n <N> The number of files to select. -o <OUT_DIR> The directory to output to. Will be created if it doesn't exist. -s <SEED> The seed to use for the PRNG (u64).
The primary driver of the library to process the provided Args.