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msrp by Rudi Cilibrasi <email@example.com> The Meta Search and Replace (msrp) is a simple utility that lets you quickly rename symbols or functions or classes or anything using Perl 5 compatible regular expressions. msrp is a time saver because it applies your substitution to both the contents of files as well as the filenames themselves. This means that msrp can be used in most modern programming languages and programming frameworks where filenames (part of file metadata) are used to indicate certain correspondances with source code symbols. If the filenames and source symbols must be kept consistent or changed consistently, then msrp is the ideal tool. Most languages that support modules embedded in filesystems also have this same kind of semantic entanglement. Here are some examples of languages or frameworks that can benefit from msrp functionality: C/C++ programming (.h files are usually named similar to type names) Ruby on Rails (model names must match model filenames, same with views) Java programming (renaming classes via regular expression en masse) Debian packaging ( cp -rv ../debian . && msrp oldpkgname newpkgname debian/ ) Important Changes in 0.9.5: =========================== New Maintainers since 2010: Oleksandr Motsak and Aurélien Gāteau (see AUTHORS) New Copyright: Simplified BSD License (see COPYING) New Homepage: http://msrp.github.com New Mailing Group (msrp-tool) for your feedback: http://groups.google.com/group/msrp-tool Source repository: http://github.com/malex984/msrp