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RenameWand 2.2

A simple command-line utility for renaming files or directories.


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  • Last Updated: Feb 23, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT/Unix/Linux
  • Requirements: Java Runtime Environment 6 or higher

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RenameWand is a System Utilities software developed by Zach Scrivena. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for RenameWand:

BrothersoftEditor: RenameWand is a simple command-line utility for renaming files or directories using an intuitive but powerful syntax. Perform string operations (e.g. case conversions, rearrangements of substrings), arithmetic operations (e.g. on the numbers in the filename), enumerate files (e.g. by name, size, time, or other attributes), insert timestamps, and many more file and system attributes with ease! RenameWand supports pattern matching using glob patterns and wildcards *, ?, [ ], and { }, as well as the register Capture group construct. Runs on any OS with the Java Runtime Environment (JRE 6+). RenameWand is free software written in Java and released under the GNU GPL license (version 3).

Main Features
Supports the common glob patterns and wildcards *, ?, [ ], and { } for matching FileNames.

Use the register capture group construct to capture strings of characters in the filename. For example, given the file "foo bar.txt", the source pattern " ." would assign registers a ← "foo", b ← "bar", and c ← "txt".

Macros are defined for a variety of file and system attributes, such as file name (FN.*), file size (FS.*), file last-modified time (FT.*), current time (CT.*), system environment variables (
Env.*), and system properties (SYS.*).

A wide range of operations can be applied to registers and macros:

case conversions (e.g. *.upper, *.lower, *.title),
substring operations (e.g. myreg[1:3]),
arithmetic operations (e.g. a/(b-c)^d),
enumeration operations (e.g. #FT, #(myreg1+myreg2)), and more.
File rename operations are sequenced so that they are conflict-free, and temporary filenames are automatically used when necessary.

The user is given the option of undoing previous file rename operations, if a file rename operation is unsuccessful.
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