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GPRename

GPRename is a GUI batch file renamer based on Gtk-Perl. It can rename files numerically, insert/delete characters at/between specified position(s), replace strings (either using regular express or not), and change case.

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  •  23 Jun 2004 18:01

    Release Notes: A Polish translation was added.

    •  19 Mar 2004 10:02

      Release Notes: A bug where two directories were sometimes selected at opening was fixed.

      •  15 Mar 2004 05:10

        Release Notes: A Spanish translation was added and the encoding bug of the French translation was fixed.

        •  14 Mar 2004 11:41

          Release Notes: In this version, a window icon and language selection menu were added.

          •  10 Mar 2004 01:12

            Release Notes: In this version, some bugs were fixed, and some features added.

            Recent comments

            09 Mar 2004 16:31 tristesse

            Re: exactly what I'm looking for, but...
            There is a new developer joined - Zurd, so the development was resumed.

            13 Jul 2003 23:58 esomaniac

            Re: exactly what I'm looking for, but...

            > The development of GPRename was
            > suspended. JRename will be developed
            > instead.


            If you are interested in a similar java tool... take a look a Java FileMover. YouŽll find it here at Freshmeat.

            24 Mar 2003 03:52 jiayun

            Re: exactly what I'm looking for, but...
            The development of GPRename was suspended. JRename will be developed instead.

            22 Mar 2003 19:11 spydir

            exactly what I'm looking for, but...
            gprename worked great for me for a while, but after a while it stopped working. now I always have problems installing Gtk Perl and I haven't been able to use the program since because of this. Is there any program that works almost exactly like this or is it possible to see some new versions of the program to come out in the near future?

            15 Jan 2002 20:01 leonutley

            Yea, here it is
            A few things to work on, like starting with whatever $PWD
            it is invoked from, and should default to $HOME, but otherwise
            is what I was looking for.

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