massrename 0.9.7

massrename is a general-purpose utility for batch-renaming file extensions.

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DEVELOPED BY:
Christopher Conley
HOMEPAGE:
sourceforge.net
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ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ File managers
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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

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