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This command line tool recursively renames files inside a given directory so that thier names conform to the rules of a given file system. (only exFat is implemented so far.)
This would be useful for Mac users who want to migrate thier files from a Mac file system to a more universally compatible one such as exFat.
I originally developed this tool so that my mother could use the free tool HFSExplorer to transfer files from her old Mac to her new windows box without having to pay for a commercial HFS driver for windows.
This tool is so easy, even my mother can use it! She had never done anything with the terminal before, but was able to figure it out fairly quickly.
It has a terraform-style
apply workflow to allow the user to validate actions before they are taken.
cd exfat-renamer npm install node rename.js test node rename.js plan /path/to/folder/with/illegal/file/names node rename.js apply