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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

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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