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authorLaurent Bachelier <laurent@bachelier.name>2013-02-10 17:14:03 +0100
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+rencon is a simple, safe tool able to rename files based on their content.
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+Example usage:
+ rencon -m 'r_${hash}.${ext}' *.jpg
+
+It will rename all .jpg files with a hash based on their content, and add "r_"
+to distinguish them.
+
+The default mask is ${hash}.${ext}. The hash used is SHA1.
+
+For more information, run rencon -h.
+
+It does not erase existing files.
+While it can be used in that way it does not aim to do file deduplication.