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Ant Renamer 2.09.1 Portable Development Test 3 [Testers Needed]

Name: Ant Renamer

Category: Utilities

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Ant Renamer is a file renaming utility that features support for unicode file names, multiple user-configurable renaming rules, batch processing, and more.

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Ant Renamer Portable Development Test 3

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Development Test 3 (2008-05-08): Made help.html, and readme.txt files generic

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Works Good Here

Had a set of files I needed to do this to today. Worked well. I don't know if it added any registry entries and the like. Program worked fine and I especially like the batch feature. Made renaming 15 files a lot easier. Thanks for the program.

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No registry entries at all,

No registry entries at all, everything is self contained. The launcher just moves the settings file to the data directory. Glad the app helped you out, and thanks for testing.

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WOOT

This is my favorite renaming utility, I was just about to come suggest it as a portable app
and like a good little monkey I did my searching first, and found you beat me to it. how awesome!!

going to grab it and give it a whirl. Thanks a ton guys

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Thanks for the enthusiasm.

Thanks for the enthusiasm. If you find any errors, or if you think it's ready for go-live status, let me know.

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Testing status

Due to some bad wiring and a melted motherboard I'm basically living of my portable drive now. I'm currently at a relative,s using an old (approx 5 years) Sony Viao
specs:
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 1500Mhz
RAM: 512Mb Sdram
Video: Nvidia Riva TNT 64 on board with share memory
Sound: soundmax on board

running windows XP Home SP2 and fully patched

okay now that the requisite info dump is done I should also add this thing doesn't have USB 2.0 only 1.1 ports so things do tend to run slow from the portable, not to mention the specs themselves.

Played with Ant-renamer a little bit, keeping the above in mind it didn't seem to sluggish, worked as fast as bulk-renamer at least, although a little slower to load. renamed about 50 files without errors, used batches of 10 to try different features. only part I didn't test was the Mp3 ID-tag info/extracting as I have none available at the moment. otherwise seemed to work pretty well.

I've been using the app for a long time so I'm kind of familiar with how it's supposed to look/feel/run etc. everything seemed in perfect order to me at least.

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Thanks for the detailed

Thanks for the detailed results, and I'm glad to hear it's working well for you. Sorry to hear about faulty wiring.

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No prob, I've been

No prob, I've been beta-testing debugging professionally for a long long time makes me feel old to say it, but I beta tested MSN 1.0 if that gives ya some idea. I like doing this kind of stuff Smile

I'm more than glad to help out wherever I can.

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Would u be interested in

Would u be interested in joining the Beta Testing Team?

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Beta Testing Team

unfortunately right now I can't spare the time. Wife + Kids takes priority, and I wouldn't feel right signing up unless I could honestly commit some solid time to it. Perhaps when I get my main box fixed, and some of those pesky real life thingies get settled down I can commit more properly.

anyone know of a good debugger for real life? mine keeps crashing Blum

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Marvelous

Works great on a Win2K Pro SP4 machine. This'll definitely make my life easier.

No issues found, nor anything negative to report. Thanks for the good work! Biggrin

/s/ When life turns your dreams to dust, vacuum Wink

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Thanks for testing and glad

Thanks for testing and glad it helped out.

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Updated to Dev Test 2,

Updated to Dev Test 2, should be all set except for the icon.

This mostly fixes things like wrong app names in places, and removes the unsupported directory setups from the Readme.txt file

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Updated to use generic help

Updated to use generic help file and readme files

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I updated this package to

I updated this package to use generic help and readme files

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