batch-rename: Make linux or macos do things like "rename *.mp3 *.mp4" in Windows/MSDOS

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Do you remember the convenient command rn in MSDOS? When you want to change all your .mp3 files to .mp4. Simply type "rn *.mp3 *.mp4.". I really like this. But in linux/Mac world, people keep asking how.(http://bit.ly/2cIskUu) So maybe this little tool can help you a lot.


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Dependencies base (==4.6.*), directory, filepath (>=1.1), Glob (>=0.7.11) [details]
License LicenseRef-PublicDomain
Author Joyer Huang
Maintainer collger@gmail.com
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Home page https://github.com/uppet/batch_rename
Uploaded by uppet at Wed Sep 14 10:11:18 UTC 2016
Distributions NixOS:0.1.1.0
Executables batch_rename
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batch_rename

A simple command make linux or macos do things like "rename .mp3 .mp4" in Windows/MSDOS

Do you remember the convenient command `rn' in MSDOS ? When you want to change all your .mp3 files to .mp4 Simply type "rn .mp3 .mp4." I really like this. But in linux/Mac world, people keep asking how.(http://bit.ly/2cIskUu) So maybe this little tool can help you a lot. remember QUOTE NEEDED.

Example:

  • batch_rename "*.mp3" "*.mp4"
  • batch_rename "*.mp3" "fake*.mp4"
  • batch_rename "DCIM*.jpg" "*.png"