Copy all files recursively from one directory ($src) to another directory ($dst)
copy() function, this method performs a recursive copy by default,
ensuring that all files and directories in the source ($src) directory are duplicated
in the destination ($dst) directory.
This method can also be used to copy single files. If a file is specified for $src, and only a path is specified for $dst, then the original filename will be retained in $dst.
// Copy everything from /site/assets/cache/foo/ to /site/assets/cache/bar/ $copyFrom = $config->paths->cache . "foo/"; $copyTo = $config->paths->cache . "bar/"; $files->copy($copyFrom, $copyTo);
// basic usage $bool = $files->copy(string $src, string $dst); // usage with all arguments $bool = $files->copy(string $src, string $dst, $options = );
Path to copy files from, or filename to copy.
Path (or filename) to copy file(s) to. Directory is created if it doesn't already exist.
Array of options:
True on success, false on failure.
Method can throw exceptions on error:
limitPathoption is used and either $src or $dst is not allowed
API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.137