browsing through the GPT documentation I see that GPT can be invoked on several source files at the same time, e.g.:
$ gpt graph-file [options] [ source-file-1 source-file-2 …]
does it mean it can apply the same processing to every source file, concurrently?
If so, how would I configure the write operator in the graph in order to have different output files?
I mean … now I would run the following commands:
$ gpt graph-file -t output-file1 source-file-1
$ gpt graph-file -t output-file2 source-file-2
Is there any magic I can do with the write operator in order to run one single gpt command?
$ gpt graph-file source-file-1 source-file-2
but still having both the output-file-1 and output-file-2 created in the same way?
Thanks for any hint!