I like it.
Yes, you can rename a project by hand, and no, it doesn't take that long (once you figure out every thing that needs to be changed - it's not documented). But it **is** annoying, and some of us believe that's what computers are for:
To manually rename a project you must:
Rename the project file
Open the project and rename the target
In Build Settings, rename Product Name and Prefix Header
On disk, rename the prefix file
If you've already got RSI from too many years of coding and mousing, and if you tend to name projects "test" until you think of a spiffy name later, this is quite a helpful little app.
100% Cocoa, no Applescript. Source included.
A nice enhancement would be to rename the folder containing the renamed project. But since source code is included, I can add that myself.
Conclusion: Renaming a single project may only take 30-60 seconds. The real time savings is that once i got sick of doing it by hand, I didn't have to write this app myself.
To the author: nice job, and Illegitimi Non Carborundum.