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KDE Filemanager

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Link:  http://www.krename.net
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  20333
Submitted:  Jan 5 2004
Updated:  Jan 1 2012


Krename offers an easy way to rename hundreds of files in one go, giving you as much freedom as you need. You can use parts of the old filename, information like the current date or even an mp3 tag or the colour depth of an image.

Krename integrates into the Konqueror or Krusader filemanager !


KRename 4.0.9 fixes a crash when starting KRename on Ubuntu, a compilation error in the PoDoFo plugin and updates the Czech translation. The release can be found as usual at http://www.krename.net .

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 Automagicness fixes

 by scarabeusIV on: Sep 24 2009
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Taglib and Exiv2 are detected by configure script on the fly, without user having any chance to control if he wants the feature in. (I might have the library but i dont want the feature :]):

Second fix makes taglib really optional:

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 Re: Automagicness fixes

 by domseichter on: Oct 5 2009
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Thank you very much for these patches. I committed them to SVN.

Please send this kind of changes directly to me via email the next time. So that I can integrate them directly as I look only very seldomly on the comments here.

BTW, could you please post an example of how to disable taglib during the build here? Maybe some users are interested.

best regards,

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 Move to KDE's svn?

 by mutlu on: Oct 9 2009
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First of all, thank you for this great and immensely useful application!

I wonder, though, why you don't move it into KDE's svn. I am sure you would be welcome in KDEUtils. A good renaming utility is really missing in the vanilla KDE.

Anyways, thank you so much for your work!

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 no saved setting in version 4

 by lezaps on: Nov 7 2009
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thank for this really usefull app

from version 3.x to version 4.x it seems that we have lost the ability to save settings

in version 3x, we had a menu where we can save some pattern, specially for replacing.
this saves a file *.xml in the /home/lezaps/.kde/share/apps/krename folder
<!DOCTYPE KRenameProfile>
<version version="3.0.14" />
<settings fileplugins="1" wizard="0" />
<filename extension_start="1" extension_enabled="1" extension="$" filename="$" >
<item find="pict" reg="0" replace="" />
<numbering reset="0" step="2" start="1" skip="" />
<destination undoscript="" mode="2" undo="0" overwrite="0" directory="" />
<files names="1" sorting="0" preview="0" />

On version 4, it seems that this very useful possibility is lost.
any time you right click "open with " "krename", you have to re parameter completely the software.

Did I miss/mess something ?
Could you fix this ?
Le Zap's

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 Re: no saved setting in version 4

 by Mguel on: Nov 15 2009
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Same problem here... and the defaults are not too convenient (ie the first dot is set as the extension delimiter... I have to change this every single time I use krename)


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 Re: Re: no saved setting in version 4

 by domseichter on: Dec 4 2009
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This feature is currently missing. Sorry, I have no time to bring it to KDE4 right now.

I at least added today that the setting for "Extension starts at" is saved between KRename runs. I hope this helps ... . This feature will be part of the 4.0.3 release and is currently in SVN:

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 tv series

 by mattepiu on: Aug 11 2010
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Seems to me that krename is missing the ability to rename tv series episodes,
I have a patch ready that tries to extract season and episode number from filenames
in a couple ways (with 3 different regexps), Adding a new plugin.
Where should I send this patch?
The stonki address in the website?

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 Great program, but slow..

 by silence on: Sep 4 2010
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Thank you for this wonderful program! I've seen several suggestions on improvements here that I would appreciate, but my greatest frustration is that KRename is now _incredable_ slow for even a relatively small number of files! I often use KRename to organize my photos, and it takes minutes for KRename to work out what the new names for 500 files should be.

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 A bug?

 by tuomo on: Oct 26 2010
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There is a very annoying bug / feature (I don't know which it is) in KRename 4.x. When I try to rename directories and their contents at once, KRename first renames the top-level directories and then tries to rename their contents. However, it doesn't find the contents because the directories in which they reside have been renamed.

Renaming a whole directory structure is the most common renaming task at least for me, so it would be very desirable to be able to do it easily using KRename. If I remember correctly, this worked fine with KRename 3.x.

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 Re: A bug?

 by domseichter on: Jan 30 2011
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Does this problem still occur?

This should have been fixed with the 4.0.5 release.

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 Re: Re: A bug?

 by tuomo on: Feb 7 2011
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Yes, the problem still occurs in 4.0.5.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Create directories foo and foo/bar and a file foo/bar/baz.
2. Click the Add button, choose directory foo and check the "Add directory names with filenames" and "Add subdirectories recursively" boxes.
3. Define a renaming rule (for example convert everything to upper case).
4. Click Finish. Now baz is not renamed, and one gets the following error: http://i.imgur.com/fnycj.png

However, when I use the Up and Down buttons of the Files tab to set foo as the first item, foo/bar/baz as the second and foo/bar as the third item, renaming works as expected. Even then, undoing doens't work.

The Up and Down buttons of the Filename tab don't seem to work. They just mess up the filenames.

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 Re: Re: Re: A bug?

 by domseichter on: Feb 22 2011
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Thanks for this great description.
I was able to reproduce this problem and 4.0.7 contains a fix for this issue.


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