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> No it doesn't. AFAIK you can't wildcard rename on any system except DOS Windows performs it pretty well too. > There's no obvious behaviour that would make sense for such an I can think of an obvious behaviour, do not change what matches the wildcard but change the "fixed" part, i.e: rename foo* bar* would change "foolish" in "barlish" and "foolproof" in "barproof" > You could shell script it easily enough.. that's how I normally do that > kind of thing. The windows shell is not a very friendly environment for scripting such a thing <g>. A good idea for a python macro in WinCVS, probably. Thank you, -- Luigi D. Sandon