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Is there a script in linux to bulk rename scientific literature pdfs based on metadata?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/commandline | 5 Sep 2021
Not a script, but pboy is a TUI program that tries to do exactly that. However I'm afraid it lacks options for proper renaming of academic PDFs, it doesn't find authors or year for instance, which I usually put in my PDF filenames.
What are some alternatives?
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