Clean up filenames, especially those from non-GNU/Linux OSes
'detox' is a utility designed to clean up filenames, especially those created on other operating systems. It replaces non-standard characters, such as spaces or Latin-1 characters, with standard equivalents. It also removes or replaces CGI escaped ASCII characters, and trims excessive underscores and hyphens. It will not overwrite to a file that already exists, and does not touch special files normally (although it can be asked to).
released on 12 April 2008
16 July 2004
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