When reading tutorials on batch-renaming files in bash and using the
sort command to sort file contents, I have not been able to figure out how to combine the two.
I have a directory whose contents are sorted using tags within the filename, similar to how the program TagSpaces handles things. I add whatever tags I can think of to the end of the filename when I create it or download it. Here's an example:
Sunrise (2) #wallpaper #4k #googleimages.jpg
Now I want to go through all these files and rename them so the tags are sorted alphabetically, without affecting anything before or after the tags (e.g. a picture's title or file extension). So the above would become:
Sunrise (2) #4k #googleimages #wallpaper.jpg
How do I accomplish this? I can't even figure out how to pass a file's name, and not its contents, to a command like
sort, whose output I could then perhaps pipe to