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A command line tool for batch renaming files in a directory.
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To install this tool using cargo, run the following command in your terminal:
cargo install batch_rename
Make sure you have Rust and Cargo installed on your system before running this command.
batch_rename, run the command followed by the desired options:
--path <path>: The path to the directory containing the files to rename.
--prefix <prefix>: The prefix to add to the file names.
--postfix <postfix>: The postfix to add to the file names.
--replace <old> <new>: Replace the old string in the file names with the new string.
--new <name>: Use a new name for the files, with a number appended to each file name.
--help: Print this help message.
Add a prefix "new_" to all files in the directory "/path/to/directory":
br --path /path/to/directory --prefix new_
Replace all occurrences of "old" with "new" in the file names of the directory "/path/to/directory":
br --path /path/to/directory --replace old new
Use a new name "file" for all files in the directory "/path/to/directory", with a number appended to each file name:
br --path /path/to/directory --new file