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Rafaël Garcia-Suarez
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Synchronize filename cases for extensions.

This script could be used to perform following renaming: if there exist file, for example, "FiLeNaME.c" and filename.obj then it renames "filename.obj" to "FiLeNaME.obj". There is a problem when some compilers (e.g.Borland) generate such .obj files and then "make" process will not treat them as dependant and already maked files.

This script takes two arguments - first and second extensions to synchronize filename cases with.

There may be specified following options: --verbose <== say everything what is going on --recurse <== recurse subdirectories --dummy <== do not perform actual renaming --say-subdir Every such option can be specified with an optional "no" prefix to negate it.

Typically, it is invoked as: perl sync_ext.pl c obj --verbose

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