phrenamer is a very simple POSIX shell script that renames all JPEG files in a
given directory into a numbered list, adding leading zeroes where needed (i.e.,
phrenamer accepts this syntax:
$ phrenamer [-d] [dir]
dir argument refers to a directory path where the files to be renamed
are located. If none is given, phrenamer will operate on the current working
phrenamer will look for files with the following extensions: .jpg, .JPG, .jpeg. It always changes the extension to .jpg.
Use the -d option for a dry run that will not rename your files.
phrenamer is published under an MIT/X11/Expat-type License. See
file for copyright and license details.