Nautilus Filename Repairer 0.0.5

Nautilus Filename Repairer provides context menu to change the selected filename to correct encoding.

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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
USER RATING:
2.9/5 18
DEVELOPED BY:
Choe Hwanjin
HOMEPAGE:
repairer.kldp.net
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Tools
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Nautilus Filename Repairer is a Nautilus extension which provides context menu to change the selected filename to correct encoding if the file has invalid encoding. You can easily rename a file by selecting a context menu item.

In many cases, users don't know what is the correct filename if it has wrong encoding. Only when they examine the filename with some encoding conversion tool, they can determine the filename. Nautilus Filename Repairer extension just provides such feature. It suggests some candidates for the filename.

Requirements:

· GTK+ version 2.10.x
· nautilus-extension library
· GNOME 2.x

Installation:

You can install this package int the same way as other open source packages. Untar the source package, move the source directory and follow this commands:

$ ./configure --prefix=/usr # where your nautilus is installed. It is usually /usr
$ make
# make install # you may need root previlige to install this extension

Then log out and log in again. Now you can see the "Rename as" menu.

What's New in This Release:

· Added French translation.

Last updated on April 2nd, 2008

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