File rename utils are powerful bash utilities that enable various file renaming actions. These include upper and lowercase conversions and renaming files numerically or by character substitutions. Other programs include a KDE-compatible trash can, a swap utility, and renaming of HTML file and directory pairs. Man page documentation is provided.
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Release Notes: This is a minor maintenance release fixing a few issues, mostly involving space-embedded filenames. A "mv_spaces2null" script has been added, and there is a small improvement to the HTML renaming script.
Release Notes: Trash and KTrash now have a nice size listing mode to see which trash items are largest. There is also some minor code cleanup and fixes.
Release Notes: A rare bug in the BSD Trash utilities was caught, and many small bugs and documentation errors were fixed.
Release Notes: A very handy text utility, 'fromto', was written, which performs string substitution on multiple files. The only previous utilities know to the author ("far" and "replace") that handled this had short-comings. A small change was made to the default "Trash" trash-can.
Release Notes: A tiny bugfix was made for KTrash. Some improvements were done to htmlrename.