Publicspace.net has updated The Big Mean Folder Machine
(http://www.publicspace.net/BigMeanFolderMachine/), a file/folder
management utility for Mac OS X, to version 2.0. The new release
features a re-designed user interface, automated software updates,
improved droplet automation and file name conflict resolution as well
as improved overall performance.
BMFM is a a tool for those who work with large file collections,
including digital photographers, content creation, post-production,
system administrators, and other creative professionals. Featuring an
copying engine, The Big Mean Folder Machine walks you through each
decision. BMFM also resolves name conflicts automatically. You can
unify entire file collections from various locations into a single
folder. Or, alternatively, you can split files into several folders
based on a range of criteria.
BMFM is Universal Binary so runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel
Macs. It requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later. A single user license is
US$19.95. Small business, family, business and enterprise licenses
are also available.