“ln” Command in Windows (MKLINK)

Today I had the necessity to have a linked directory in Windows. In linux I had done it with the “ln” command. However in Windows never. I had looked around into San Google and I found the next command that work for me.

mklinK /D [NOMBRE_LINK] [RUTA_DIRECTORIO]

Note: Just get into to the directory that need to use the linked directory.

Bingo!!!

Analista/Desarrollador y cofundador de QBit Mexhico. Tecnologías utilizadas Android, Java (EJB, Servlets, Faces, Groovy & Grails, Maven, Swing), .Net (C#, VB, ASP, MVC), Delphi, Spring, Hibernate, DTSx, Oracle, T-SQL, Firebird, MySQL, MongoDB, NodeJs, ReactJs (Flux). Sistemas Operativos Mac, Ubuntu y Windows.

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