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RENAME old new
Renames a file to a new name.
RENAME is a function value.
- old -- path to the old file (Type: file url)
- new -- new name (not a path) (Type: file url string)
rename: func [ "Renames a file to a new name." [catch] old [file! url!] "path to the old file" new [file! url! string!] "new name (not a path)" /local p dir blk ][ dir: open first p: split-path clean-path old blk: copy dir either not none? blk: find blk second p [ throw-on-error [change skip dir ((index? blk) - 1) new] ] [ throw make error! reduce ['access 'no-rename old] ] close dir ]