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nautilus-renamer

   3.1  

Nautilus Script

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Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  15483
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




LicenseGPL
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Ubuntu(nautilus renamer deb package (nautilus extension))
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 can this be installed in lucid??

 
 by legion1978 on: Jul 10 2012
 
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is there a lucid ppa or something? will it compile?
thank you


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 Re: can this be installed in lucid??

 
 by Thura on: Jul 10 2012
 
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I am not sure, the latest version is tested on python2.7, and it requires python-gojbect, gir1.2-gtk-3.0, gir1.2-notify-0.7.
If you can install those on your system, it will probably work. Otherwise, you are stuck with version 2.3, which use pygtk and
should work on lucid.

https://launchpad.net/nautilus-renamer/trunk/2.3


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 Re: Re: can this be installed in lucid??

 
 by legion1978 on: Jul 14 2012
 
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ok ill see what i can do. thanx


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 Reorder Files

 
 by Sheldor42 on: Jul 26 2012
 
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Hey, i am searching for an alternative to krename without the whole kde library dependencies, with Nautilus integration. Your App looks great, but is it possible to add the feature to reorder your files bevore renameing them. e.g. if you have the files a.txt, b.txt, c.txt and want to rename them to 1.txt, 2.txt, 3.txt but in a way that a->2 b->1 c->3. This is possible in krename, and i miss this feature in gnome.


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 Reorder Files

 
 by Sheldor42 on: Jul 26 2012
 
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Hey, i am searching for an alternative to krename without the whole kde library dependencies, with Nautilus integration. Your App looks great, but is it possible to add the feature to reorder your files bevore renameing them. e.g. if you have the files a.txt, b.txt, c.txt and want to rename them to 1.txt, 2.txt, 3.txt but in a way that a->2 b->1 c->3. This is possible in krename, and i miss this feature in gnome.


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