rename command is a straightforward tool designed to help you conform to Google Earth Engine's path naming rules. It ensures that filenames adhere to GEE guidelines, which include allowing only hyphens, underscores, letters, and numbers, with no spaces. This tool performs in-place renaming, meaning it updates the filenames at their existing locations, so use it with caution.
Path Renaming: Easily rename filenames to comply with Google Earth Engine's path naming requirements.
GEE Rules Compliance: Ensure that your filenames contain only hyphens, underscores, letters, and numbers, following GEE's naming conventions.
In-Place Renaming: geeup's
renamecommand updates filenames directly at their current locations, reducing the need for additional file management steps.
geeup rename -h usage: geeup rename [-h] --input INPUT optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit Required named arguments: --input INPUT Path to the input directory with all files to be uploaded
Here's an example of how to use the
rename command with geeup:
Simply provide the path to the directory containing the files you want to rename, and geeup will take care of the rest. It ensures that your filenames are in compliance with Google Earth Engine's naming conventions, facilitating a smoother workflow when working with GEE.