# Make a directory tree

Imagine for a second that you can compose a tree out of dots.

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This tree is 13 dots tall.

Now imagine for a second that your filesystem looked like these dots. Your task in this challenge is to make a tree out of folders.

# The Challenge

Given an input integer (let's call it n), make a tree out of subdirectories.

1. In each tree, you should start with a folder called 1.
2. In that folder, put the folders 1, 2, and 3.
3. In every level of folder thereon until n-3, in folder 1 of this level of the tree, there should be a folder labelled 1 and 2. In folder 2 of this level of the tree, there should be a folder called 3, in folder 3, a folder called called 4, and so on until the last folder (the integer this folder is called, we'll call k), in which there should be a folder called k and one called k+1.
4. At level n-3, however, all of the subdirectories but the middle three folders should be replaced with a file with the name that the subdirectories would have had. The middle three subdirectories should remain as subdirectories.
5. These three subdirectories should contain a folder called 1, 2, or 3 with respect to the order of these directories' name.
6. These are followed by a layer of files where 1 is in folder 1, 2 is in folder 2, and 3 is in folder three.

The example shown at the top of this question is represented below in folder form. This would be n = 13.

# Rules

• You may use builtins for folder creation, but not for subdirectory creation.
• All other standard loopholes apply.
• You must support past n=5, but do not have to support greater than n=30.
• There are several problems with the original post here. The tree of dots appears to be 10 dots tall, not 13. In the graphic, the folders are 9 deep, so I'm assuming it should be n=9. The last folders on each level contain folders named k+1 and k+2, not k and k+1. Jun 5, 2016 at 3:39

# Windows Batch File, 429423 404 bytes

md 1
set C= call:
set/a M=%1-2
%C%f 1 1 2 L
%C%f 1 2 2 M
%C%f 1 3 2 R
goto:eof
:f
md %1\%2
set/a P=%2+1
set/a Q=%2+2
set/a L=%3+1
set D= (%C%t %1\%2\%P%
if %L%==%M% (if %4==L .>%1\%2\1
if %Q%==%M%%D%1)else (if %P%==%M%%D%2)else (if %2==%M%%D%3)else .>%1\%2\%P%))
if %4==R .>%1\%2\%Q%
)else (if %4==L%C%f %1\%2 1 %L% L
%C%f %1\%2 %P% %L% M
if %4==R%C%f %1\%2 %Q% %L% R)
goto:eof
:t
md %1\%2
.>%1\%2\%2


Call it with the value of n as a command line parameter.

Here is a visualization of the output tree for n=9:

                   1
+--+--+
1  2  3
+--+  |  +--+
1  2  3  4  5
+--+  |  |  |  +--+
1  2  3  4  5  6  7
+--+  +  |  |  |  |  +--+
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9
+--+  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  +--+
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11
+--+  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  +--+
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12 13
|  |  |
1  2  3
|  |  |
1  2  3