Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread jan . muenther
Two things: First of all, Mac OS X is not BSD. It has a BSD-derived userland, but a microkernel (Darwin) and is generally not quite the same. In any way, you should look into mv and learn basic shell scripting. Regards, J. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 12:03:23PM +0100, Andrew Kotsopoulos wrote: I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Andrew Kotsopoulos thusly... I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely know.

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread Jonathan T. Sage
I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely know. Couldn't resist a bit of a plug. I have something that will do this

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread Cordula's Web
I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely know. To be more precise here is the man page: Here's a script in

History of Rename, as I Know It (Re: rename shell command)

2004-01-26 Thread parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Andrew Kotsopoulos thusly... parv wrote: http://groups.google.com/groups?th=b45310c8ba0519a Thanks for the tips to all that responded to me - I've seen quite a few suggestions for scripts of various kinds. Did you send personalized email to everybody