Delete Files Using Regular Expressions
This program deletes files whose path name matches a regular expression.
Command line parameters are:
-dir <adirectory> Directory of the files to delete. By default, this is the current directory.
-filepath <apattern> The file name pattern to find to delete. For example: .*/dir/(report)_[0-9]*.txt
-casesens This flag indicates search is case sensitive.
-delemptydirs This flag indicates empty folders that are being processed should be deleted as well.
-r Recursively process sub directories.
-verbose Print detailed progress messages.
DeleteRegex.exe is part of Bestcode File Utilities tool set.
DeleteRegex file delete utility scans (recursively if -r) a folder (-dir) for files whose file path (path and file name) matches a regular expression given by -filepath parameter. The matching files are deleted.