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proton_vsrename [2012/07/30 06:53]
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proton_vsrename [2018/07/28 12:21] (current)
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 First, grab [[http://​www.codeproject.com/​KB/​cpp/​vsrename.aspx|vsrename (Visual Studio Project Renamer)]] - what it does is intelligently search and replace in file names and inside text file (it can figure out what is a text file or not) in an entire directory tree.  Don't let the Visual Studio in the name fool you, it doesn'​t really care what files it works on. First, grab [[http://​www.codeproject.com/​KB/​cpp/​vsrename.aspx|vsrename (Visual Studio Project Renamer)]] - what it does is intelligently search and replace in file names and inside text file (it can figure out what is a text file or not) in an entire directory tree.  Don't let the Visual Studio in the name fool you, it doesn'​t really care what files it works on.
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 +It's smart enough to ignore files that contains characters that signal it's not a text file. (ie, it won't touch binaries and the like)
  
 Grab vsrename.exe and throw it somewhere in your path to get ready. Grab vsrename.exe and throw it somewhere in your path to get ready.
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 It IS possible to do directory checkout of your own svn located inside of your svn proton checkout btw - it's what I do for client projects, works like charm. It IS possible to do directory checkout of your own svn located inside of your svn proton checkout btw - it's what I do for client projects, works like charm.
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 +For linux users... ermm... well, [[https://​unix.stackexchange.com/​questions/​46276/​finding-all-non-binary-files|check this out]]?
  
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