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Synchronize Dirs: Option to ignore extension

 
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 21, 2017 8:43 am    Post subject: Synchronize Dirs: Option to ignore extension Reply with quote

I often have to compare different folders with the same filenames, but different extensions. I have to make sure, that every folder contains the same filenames.
Right now I have to manually change the extension (ext2 -> ext1), compare it and then change it back (ext1 -> ext2). It would be nice if there is a new option to ignore the file extension.
Since this option can be problematic with file operations (move, copy), the command Synchronize could be deactived, so it would be read-only.

If more than one file of the same name, but different extension should exist in one folder, there should be a new column count.


Example

Folder 1
ABC.ext1
ABC.extn
XYZ.ext1


Folder 2
ABC.ext2
XYZ.ext2

Filename (left) Count (left) Filename (right) Count (right)
ABC 2 ABC 1
XYZ 1 XYZ 1
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