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Krename

Krename is a very powerful batch file renamer for KDE which can rename a list of files based on a set of expressions. It can copy/move the files to another directory or simply rename the input files. Krename supports many conversion operations, including conversion of a filename to lowercase or to uppercase, conversion of the first letter of every word to uppercase, adding numbers to filenames, finding and replacing parts of the filename, and many more. It can also change access and modification dates, permissions, and file ownership.

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  •  01 Jan 2012 22:20

    Release Notes: This release fixes a compilation error in the PoDoFo plugin and updates the Czech translation.

    •  31 Dec 2011 20:43

      Release Notes: This release fixes a crash on Ubuntu when starting KRename.

      •  22 Feb 2011 05:41

        Release Notes: This release fixes several bugs with renaming directories and introduces the new [dirsep] token, which can be used to create directories from within regular expressions.

        •  30 Jan 2011 16:19

          Release Notes: Several translations were updated, mainly Greek and Czech. A new feature that adds a list of recently used tokens was added.

          •  27 Sep 2010 15:36

            Release Notes: This release adds advanced sorting modes, based on KRename tokens such as [filesize] or [creationdate]. The font plugin to rename font files is back.

            RSS Recent comments

            03 Dec 2006 22:33 gvy

            Re: Am I the only one...

            > Charset conversion support was finally

            > added (in a way so that it is working)

            > in KRename 3.0.13!

            Whoah, thanks!

            In the mean time, I've hacked a scriptie that employs enca and iconv to recover a mixed charset dir (not that uncommon situation while moving data off windows, both files and archived data, and target locale charset isn't precisely the same as 8-bit "system" charset in windows, like CP1251).

            But that's a bit beyond askable, being a bit advanced/custom (you never know what other script they would churn up, heh? :-)

            Will ping our maintainer...

            03 Dec 2006 04:56 domseichter

            Re: Am I the only one...
            Charset conversion support was finally added (in a way so that it is working) in KRename 3.0.13!

            > ...who wished krename had charset

            > conversion plugin based on

            > iconv/recode/enca?

            >

            > It's understood that it's too bad to

            > have a real *bunch* of charsets but

            > that's exactly what's here in xUSSR and

            > some other Eastern European countries at

            > least.

            03 May 2004 13:13 gvy

            Am I the only one...
            ...who wished krename had charset conversion plugin based on iconv/recode/enca?

            It's understood that it's too bad to have a real *bunch* of charsets but that's exactly what's here in xUSSR and some other Eastern European countries at least.

            27 Apr 2002 10:52 jbuberel Thumbs up

            KRename is a teriffic utility
            I can't remember how many times I've had to
            manually edit a directory-full of file names for some
            reason or another. KRename can automate that, and
            much more. WIth direct support for MP3/Ogg
            renaming, as well as the usual regexp-based
            renaming you would expect, there's not much it can't
            do. Well worth the download.

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