mcopy - copy MSDOS files to/from Unix

     mcopy [-tnvmoOsSrRA] sourcefile targetfile
     mcopy [-tnvmoOsSrRA] sourcefile ...  targetdirectory
     mcopy [-tnvm] MSDOSsourcefile

     Mcopy copies the specified file to the named  file,  or  copies  multiple
     files  to the named directory.  The source and target can be either MSDOS
     or Unix files.

     The use of a drive letter  designation  on  the  MSDOS  files,  'a:'  for
     example,  determines  the  direction  of  the  transfer.  A missing drive
     designation implies  a  Unix  file  whose  path  starts  in  the  current
     directory.   If  a source drive letter is specified with no attached file
     name (e.g. "mcopy a: ."), all files are copied from that drive.

     If only a  single,  MSDOS  source  parameter  is  provided  (e.g.  "mcopy
     a:foo.exe"),  an  implied  destination  of the current directory (".") is

     A filename of "-" means standard input or standard output,  depending  on
     its position on the command line.

     Mcopy will allow the following command line options:

     -t   Text  file  transfer.   Mcopy  will  translate   incoming   carriage
          return/line feeds to line feeds.

     -n   No warning.  Mcopy will  not  warn  the  user  when  overwriting  an
          existing file.

     -v   Verbose mode.

     -m   Preserve the file modification time.  (This  is  the  default  under

     If the target file already exists, and the -n option is  not  in  effect,
     mcopy  asks  whether to overwrite the file or to rename the new file (see
     mtools(1) for details).

     mread(1), mwrite(1), mtools(1).

     Unlike MSDOS, the '+' operator (append) from MSDOS is not supported.