Use osf_mv() to move a file or directory to a new project, component, or subdirectory.

osf_mv(x, to, overwrite = FALSE, verbose = FALSE)

Arguments

x

An osf_tbl_file containing a single file or directory.

to

Destination where the file or directory will be moved. This can be one of the following:

overwrite

Logical, if a file or directory with the same name already exists at the destination should it be replaced with x?

verbose

Logical, indicating whether to print informative messages about interactions with the OSF API (default FALSE).

Value

An osf_tbl_file containing the updated OSF file.

Details

Note that a file (or directory) cannot be moved or copied onto itself, even if overwrite = TRUE.

See also

Other OSF file operations: osf_cp(), osf_mkdir(), osf_rm()

Examples

if (FALSE) { # Create an example file to upload to our example project project <- osf_create_project("Flower Data") write.csv(iris, file = "iris.csv") data_file <- osf_upload(project,"iris.csv") # Create a new directory to move our file to data_dir <- osf_mkdir(project, "data") # Move the file to our data directory data_file <- osf_mv(data_file, to = data_dir) # Move our data directory to a new component data_comp <- osf_create_component(project, title = "data", category = "data") data_dir %>% osf_mv(to = data_comp) %>% osf_open() }