Is there a simple
C-y approach to copy paste files and directories between two dired buffers?
I mean marking some items (files and buffer) by
m then copying them by
M-w (or another shortcut), then going to another dired buffer (which is not necessarily in a window side-by-side by the window of previous dired buffer(s)) then
yanking all copied file by
C-y (or another shortcut) there? This is a simple task that many file explorers in different OS can do.
The problem with the classical Copy option C in dired is that as soon as it is pressed, it asks for the destination. If the path of the destination buffer is very long or there are too many opened dired buffer, this approach is complicated.
I am looking for a solution to first copy the items then to paste them at an appropriate dired buffer.
There is a related question How to quickly copy/move file in Emacs Dired?
which uses the classical approach of pressing C when two dired windows separated vertically using the option
(setq dired-dwim-target t).
What are the ways to achieve this?