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nautilus-renamer

   3.1  

Nautilus Script

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Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  15616
Submitted:  Aug 21 2008
Updated:  Jul 7 2012

Description:

nautilus-renamer is a python script for batch renaming files in nautilus, with a simple yet intuitive gtk+ interface and lots of options and features.

WHAT'S NEW IN 3.0
* change pattern names to be more consistent
* added /roman/, /alphabet/ patterns (aaa, aab ... I, II, III...)
* patterns can handle now multiple /number/, /random/ ... patterns
* Fix some bugs and added testing

INSTALL
If you want to install it as a nautilus script, download source package and run "make localinstall" from terminal.
If you want to use it as a nautilus extension ("Mass Rename" will appear in context menu), download deb package. (Note: it will appear only if you have selected more than 2 files.)

Install python-roman, if you want to use /roman/ pattern.

TRANSLATIONS
The project is now on launchpad. You can translate it easily using launchpad.
https://translations.launchpad.net/nautilus-renamer




Changelog:

3.1 (7 Jul 2012)
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* fix patternize option bugs,
- change patterns
- make multiple /num,***/ patterns work
- make multiple /rand,/ patterns work
- zero fill /rand,/ patterns
* added /alphabet/, /ALPHABET/, /roman/ patterns
* Insert patterns at cursor position instead of appending at the end
* update Notifications to use gir Notify
* added unit tests
* make nautilus extension translatable

3.0 (10 Jan 2012)
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* Ported to GObject Introspection/Gtk3
* Revamp ui, so that patterns, substitution and Case can be applied simultaneously
* Fixed bug #769829
* Cleanup Code
* Remove globalinstall option
* Added debian package

2.3 (23 Oct 2010)
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* Enhance substitute (support regular expressions, multiple substitutions)
* Fix patternize (before, some patterns cannot be used more than once)
* Added filename slicing pattern /filename:offset:length/
* Use dialogs for errors, instead of notifications
* Don't exists if the error is recoverable
* Get rid of custom icons (use only gtk stocks)
* Add system-wide installation
* More Translations (Thanks to all contributors ;)

2.2 (17 Sep 2010)
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* Fixed bug #641191
* Report errors on preview

2.1 (17 Sep 2010)
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* Check for any existed file before renaming, abort if there is
* Added random number pattern
* Fixed a bug with patterize preview
* Fixed preview columns
* Fixed /dir/ patterns
* update german translations
* Added French, Finnish translations

2.0 (28 Jul 2010)
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* Added preview
* Added Tooltips
* Code cleanup

1.4 (4 Jun 2010)
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* Added German Translation by Jan-Christoph Borchardt

1.3 (30 Mar 2010)
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* Remember recent patterns
* Return on pattern entry actives rename
* Improved Capitalize After option

1.2 (9 Mar 2010)
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* Added Capitalize After option

1.1 (6 Mar 2010)
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* Added Extension option
* Fixed translation bug

1.0 (12 Dec 2009)
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* rewrite GUI using pyGTK
* translation support using gettext
* simpler and more compact code

0.7
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* Added notifications
* fix zenity windows widths and heights
* added installer script

0.6
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* Added more functions
* Simplifies code

0.5
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* Added Batch Renaming

0.4
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* Make the log file hidden by default

0.3
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* Added " Undo Last Operation "

0.2
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* GUI Added ...
* Fix some bugs ...
* Planning to add more functions




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Ubuntu(nautilus renamer deb package (nautilus extension))
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 Great Idea

 
 by devi710 on: Aug 26 2008
 
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I am glad someone is working on this. I really think this is something that should be in an OS by default.

Surprisingly only Windows does, my Mac and Linux OS don't. I actually just install Purrr to batch rename when I am in linux.

Good luck with your script!


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 Re: Great Idea

 
 by Thura on: Aug 26 2008
 
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Thanks for the comment ...
I really appreciate it ...


The world itself is a program, a very complicated one ... and ...
We ,humans, are trying to get the source code ....

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 Re: Great Idea

 
 by OzzyFrank on: Nov 4 2008
 
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There's a batch renamer in a default installation of Windows?


"Woe to you, Oh Earth and Sea..."
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 Re: Re: Great Idea

 
 by devi710 on: Nov 5 2008
 
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Yeah, or at least in XP, don't know about the others.

Select all the files you want to rename then push F2 to rename. If you type in say 'Beach' the files will become Beach(1), Beach(2), etc.


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 Purr ???

 
 by Thura on: Aug 26 2008
 
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I have tried Purr ...
Not bad ...
But I think my script is better ... Coz

1. It does not support folders and not recursive ...

2. Ease of use ... (Of course, scripts are easier to use ...)

3. And I don't know how to batch rename in Purr ..
I mean N001 , N002, N003 ...

4. And it also don't have "Undo Last Operation" ...
You may think it is not necessary but when you make a mistake in renaming folders with lots of files and subfolders ...
Then, you will see how nice this fuction is ...

5. And Most important of all , I prefer mine as I wrote it ... Yep, a little bias ... :D


The world itself is a program, a very complicated one ... and ...
We, humans, are trying to get the source code ....

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 ....

 
 by JoeBishop on: Sep 24 2008
 
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Come on guys, all your things are crap. You better open terminal in the current nautilus directory and rename there, than using it. Both macosx and linux doesn't need this crap since they have BASH.


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 Thanks for the comment ...

 
 by Thura on: Sep 24 2008
 
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First, Thanks for the comment ...
I am not serious about this script ...
And I know this script is no use for you all ...
I am just learning python and still a beginner in programming ( and in Linux too and I don't really know how to rename in bash and I rarely used terminal ) ...
And This is just my way of practicing my python skill ...
Again, I am just a geek ...
Sorry if my script bothers you ...
I won't further update it ...


The world itself is a very complicated program ... and ...
We are trying to get the source code ....

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 Re: Thanks for the comment ...

 
 by IBBoard on: Sep 24 2008
 
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I'd ignore him. The script is a good idea.

Linux is often criticised as "not user friendly" for requiring command-line usage. It might be okay for power users, but most day-to-day users would rather avoid the command-line at all costs and not have to remember command names and syntax.

I've not installed the script yet as I don't do much renaming, but I know there are some occasions when I've wanted a batch rename like the ones described. Even though I'm happy working at the command-line, I've still not used it enough to know how to do all of the listed renames in Bash.


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 Re: ....

 
 by OzzyFrank on: Nov 4 2008
 
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There's "constructive" criticism, then there's this... I'd read a psychology book or seven on the difference between people who add their opinion for a positive purpose and those who do so to say "Look at ME, world... PLEASE?? LOOK AT ME!!!"


"Woe to you, Oh Earth and Sea..."
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 Re: ....

 
 by OzzyFrank on: Nov 4 2008
 
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Oh sorry, I misunderstood! He's a Terminal Nazi, who is wondering why on earth us morons would want to use a fast little script with a GUI when we could be doing it the man's way: typing a bunch of commands at the terminal! (God, that crap's getting old!)


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 This is great!!

 
 by zietbukuel on: Nov 14 2008
 
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I've been looking for a decent way of batch renaming files/folders. Thank you very much for this great script, and please, don't listen to stupid people like the one who said your script is crap, is no crap, is the best thing I've seen today :) Thanks again!


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 Thanks

 
 by Thura on: Nov 14 2008
 
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Thanks all for your cheerful comments ... :D


The world itself is a very complicated program ... and ...
We are trying to get the source code ....

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 Need Help

 
 by SDERAWI on: Nov 14 2008
 
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Thank you for the script but when i try to download it. It says File Not Found......


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 Re: Need Help

 
 by Thura on: Nov 15 2008
 
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It is still working for me ...
How come you cannot download ?
plz, try again ...


The world itself is a very complicated program ... and ...
We are trying to get the source code ....

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