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Vimv

This simple command line utility lets you batch-rename files from the comfort of your favourite text editor. You specify the files to be renamed as arguments, e.g.

$ vimv *.mp3

The list of files will be opened in the editor specified by the $EDITOR environment variable, one filename per line. Edit the list, save, and exit. The files will be renamed to the edited filenames.

Vimv is written in Rust — if you have a Rust compiler available you can install it directly from the package index using cargo:

$ cargo install vimv

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