massrename 0.9.7

massrename is a general-purpose utility for batch-renaming file extensions.
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massrename is a general-purpose utility for batch-renaming file extensions, as well as strings within the base filename (for example, "SomeblehFile.mp3" to "SomeblahFile.mp3")

Usage: /usr/bin/massrename [ ARGUMENTS ] ...

Examples:

massrename --from mp3 --to ogg # rename *.mp3 to *.ogg
massrename -f ogg -t mp3 -n # rename *.ogg to *.mp3, no logging

Operation Modifiers:

Required arguments:

-f, --from source file extension or string to rename
-t, --to output file extension or string to rename to

Optional arguments:
-b, --beginning add a string to the beginning of the filename
-c, --change-dir DIR rename files in DIR instead of the current directory
-d, --dotfiles rename hidden files too
-e, --end add a string to the end of the filename
-h, --help display this help output and exit
-i, --ignore-case ignores filename's case when searching
for files to rename
-n, --no-logs don't make a log of renamed files
-p, --perl-rename use perl's rename() function instead of the system's
"mv" command
-v, --version display version information and exit
-w, --within search for string within filename instead of extension

What's New in This Release:

Minor bugfixes.
The README file has been revised.
An optional argument "--ignore-case" has been added, allowing massrename to ignore the case of filenames to be renamed at runtime.
Debian and Red Hat package formats have been added.

last updated on:
November 24th, 2006, 17:37 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
sourceforge.net
license type:
Artistic License 
developed by:
Christopher Conley
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ File managers
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