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Rename the files (then commit, IMHO, so the renaming is "obvious" in the repo) and then vim $( git grep -l StackExchange ). I think it'd take me less time to do that (by hand) then has been spent talking about it in this thread.

As for renaming the files, I'd just use mvi to make that extra easy. Though the version I have posted there doesn't know about doing "git mv" instead of just "mv" (but that is 2 minute's of work to address). :)

- tye        


In reply to Re: namespace clash : how do I rename my module safely (grep -l) by tye
in thread namespace clash : how do I rename my module safely by gideondsouza

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