|Jun 26, 2009, 02:24 PM||#1|
Looking for someone to help me convert a short .bat file to AppleScript
I'm not very savy in programming, but its a relatively short code so hopefully someone can help me out. Anyways:
rename sonny-2.swf sonny-2-ver-2-2.swf rename sonny-2-ver-1-1.swf sonny-2.swf
rename sonny-2.swf sonny-2-ver-1-1.swf rename sonny-2-ver-2-2.swf sonny-2.swf
|Jun 26, 2009, 04:53 PM||#8|
I apparently missed the last word of the title on this thread. The mv command I gave is for the command line, but can be used in AppleScript as well doing like so,
do shell script "mv old.name new.name"
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