Problema ao renomear pastas e subpastas usando Lote

Então, estou tentando configurar uma estrutura de arquivo de modelo para projetos que podem ser modificados em nome para atender a cada projeto. Eu criei o diretório de exemplo contendo pastas de exemplo, por exemplo, “Projeto de modelo” contém “hardware de modelo”, “software de modelo” etc., e tenho um programa de lote simples que copia a pasta “modelo de projeto” e todas as subpastas contidas, para mudar a palavra ‘template’ com o que eu escolho para chamar o projeto. Eu queria saber se isso é possível fazer? Idealmente, poderia editar o arquivo em lote com o nome do projeto e depois executá-lo para copiar o modelo e renomeá-lo.

Qualquer ajuda é muito apreciada!

Para começar a aprender, digite help no prompt de comando. Então, qualquer coisa nessa lista adiciona /? para mais ajuda.

 Set /p NewName=Enter project name md "c:\somewhere\%newname%project\%newname% software md "c:\somewhere\%newname%project\%newname% hardware 

ou use xcopy (e use /l para fazer um teste sem copiar)

 xcopy "c:\tempate" "d:\%newname%" /e /h /q /i /c 

Veja o set /? md /? e xcopy /? . Digite apenas set para ver uma lista de variables.

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