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  •  23 Nov 2006 18:00
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    Release Notes: Minor bugfixes. The README file has been revised. An optional argument "--ignore-case" has been added, allowing massrename to ignore the case of filenames to be renamed at runtime. Debian and Red Hat package formats have been added.

    •  14 Jun 2004 08:45
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      Release Notes: An optional argument was added to allow changing to a different directory to rename files, instead of using the current directory. The logfile name was changed to renamed.log. The system's "mv" command is now used to rename by default, however, Perl's internal rename() function can be used by employing a command-line argument. Command-line arguments were added to allow a string to be appended or prepended to the filename. The outdated man page was removed.

      •  25 Apr 2004 23:10
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        Release Notes: A bug has been fixed where if a file had more than one extension, e.g. "linux-2.6.4.tar.gz", it would be renamed to "linux-2.6.4.NEWSUFFIX". This release adds a no logging option, an option to include hidden files when renaming, and an option to rename a part within a file instead of the extension (eg: "SomeblahFile.mp3" renames to "SomeblehFile.mp3" with the --from blah --to bleh -w arguments).

        •  21 Apr 2004 09:09
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