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JL235
Created : 06 October 2007
Edited : 02 February 2009
System : Server Based
Language : Ruby

Multiple File Rename Utility

Ever wanted to rename all the files in a folder?

Multiple File Rename Utility
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The Multiple File Rename Utility will open a folder and lists all it's files. You can then rearrange these files, set a new prefix and finally rename them all. The files will then become the prefix + file number.

For example if you had 20 .png files in a folder and you set the prefix to 'myFile '. They will then become 'myFile 01.png', 'myFile 02.png', 'myFile 03.png' and so on.

Requires the Java 6 runtime.

As some extra info this was originally a pilot scheme to see how good (or bad) Ruby would be for creating applications. The Ruby version had 25% less code then the Java version and certain sections were A LOT cleaner. However due to bugs in both the NetBeans 6 Beta and JRuby I have had to permanently keep it as a Java project.

When NetBeans 6 is officially released and JRuby has matured a little more, I will be switching back.

 

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