|0.1.0||Feb 4, 2023|
#443 in #command-line
cargo install rsdir
# Say you have a directory that looks like this ├─ old/ │ ├─ file1 ├─ file1 └─ file_2 # Running rsdir will open your editor with the following content 1 ./file1 2 ./file_2 3 ./old/ # The numbers are used to keep track of each file - editing a path will # rename the file/directory while removing a line will delete it # We can the remove the _ from the second file to make the naming consistent # and remove the third line, leaving us with the following 1 ./file1 2 ./file2 # Save the file and exit the editor and rsdir will perform the modifications ├─ file1 └─ file2 # If you ran with the --verbose flag you would get the following log Moved file "./file_2" to "./file2" Removed directory "./old"
# Defaults to currenty directory rsdir # Supports multiple directories rsdir ./foo ../bar # Verbose mode will log what files are moved/deleted rsdir --verbose # Use another editor. Will default to vi if EDITOR isn't set EDITOR=nano rsdir