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File rename utils

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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Recent releases

  •  06 Jun 2012 04:37

    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.

    •  01 Feb 2008 18:16

      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.

      •  30 May 2007 06:48

        Release Notes: A rare bug in the BSD Trash utilities was caught, and many small bugs and documentation errors were fixed.

        •  03 Jan 2007 08:02

          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.

          •  08 May 2006 05:07

            Release Notes: A tiny bugfix was made for KTrash. Some improvements were done to htmlrename.


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