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Can one copy a relpath in one command?

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – I find myself doing this often enough that I wonder if there's a standard Unix way to do it: % mkdir -p /TARGETDIR/relative/path/to % cp ./relative/path/to/somefile /TARGETDIR/relative/path/to In other words, I don't want to just copy somefile to /TARGETDIR, but actually I want to copy its entire relative path. Is there a simpler way to do this than the two-liner above? (HowTos)