I'm still unclear as to what the difference is between moveto and move. Can someone explain it to me in terms a dummy like myself can understand?
moveto is when you want to rename something.
felix@gemini:~$ cp /etc/hosts . felix@gemini:~$ rclone moveto hosts GD:testmove felix@gemini:~$ rclone ls GD:testmove 510 testmove
Generally, I never use moveto and just move all the time as I never want to rename a file when I a copy or move it.
If you pass a directory, it acts just like move:
This can be used to rename files or upload single files to other than their existing name. If the source is a directory then it acts exactly like the move command.
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