change your tool to use explicitly named output folder and files

bash mytool.sh $input $output1.extra_files_path $output1 $output2

where $output1.extra_files_path will be a folder (e.g. working dir)

$output1, $output2, etc. are files that are to be brought into your history
in galaxy, to be used by other tools or viewable by the user.  mv files
from working dir to these locations before exiting.

files in the folder that are not moved to the $output1 location will be
saved but not visible to the user

also see compound datatypes (although they're usually not necessary).

On Sun, May 6, 2012 at 2:56 AM, 張詩婷 <jhang23...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
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> After execution, my tool created many files in a directory , how can I to
> find this directory?
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> command:  bash mytool.sh $input
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