Topic "Apply filemask to sub directory"

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Hi! I have a folder structure like this:

base/A1/B1/files.txt
base/A1/B2/files.txt
base/A1/B3/files.txt
...

base/A2/B1/files.txt
base/A2/B2/files.txt
base/A2/B3/files.txt
...


I would like to upload B1 folders of all A folders. Since there's a lot of A folders and B folders, I'd like to use some command like this:

[command] [filemask] localPathTo/base remote

If I use "synchronize" with filemask: */B1/*.txt , then although the files inside other B folders are not uploaded, but the empty B folders are there.

If I use "synchronize" with filemask: */B1/ or B1/, it doesn't seem to work, it will check the first level (the A folders), then all of them don't match with this mask so nothing will be uploaded.

The only way works for me right now is to use "synchronize" with filemask: */B1/*.txt | B2/; B3/; ....
But this looks really ugly.

I wonder is there better way to do this? Thank you!
martin
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Location: Prague, Czechia
It's not possible.

But cannot you use * | B[2-9]/?
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