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Because I never remember the argument order for
ln. And because doing relative paths is just confusing!
Here's how to create a symlink from
/foo/bar to a directory called
here, above your own directory.
$ lnwtf -s --from /foo/barz --to ../here
-f, --from The start of the link (required) -t, --to The destination of the link (required) -s, --symbolic, --symlink Create a symbolic link -h, --help Display this message