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I just tried this with Strawberryperl while a go, and remember it working just well. Now that I'm sitting on Windows 7* it doesn't seem to be able to get the list of files:

C:\Pics>dir Volume in drive C has no label. Volume Serial Number is 4C17-845B Directory of C:\Pics 20.02.2010 04:23 <DIR> . 20.02.2010 04:23 <DIR> .. 29.05.2009 14:59 1 578 868 DSCF3888.JPG 29.05.2009 14:59 1 565 825 DSCF3889.JPG 29.05.2009 14:59 1 643 616 DSCF3890.JPG 29.05.2009 14:59 1 664 020 DSCF3891.JPG 4 File(s) 6 452 329 bytes 2 Dir(s) 187 149 787 136 bytes free C:\Pics>renamer -n -s DSCF okay *.JPG Dry run, no changes were made. C:\Pics>

Notice that I had to rename the script to renamer, but this does not affect anything

* I suppose it worked under Windows 7 earlier, but it might have been Release Candidate of Windows 7, now I'm using the real thing.

In reply to Re: rename 0.3 - now with two extra cupholders by Ciantic
in thread rename 0.3 - now with two extra cupholders by Aristotle

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