I handled my machine by doing a Windows search for all Root files, adding them to a new project in Source Insight, then doing a search and replace but others don't have nice editors like that. My machine had over 10,000 Root files so manual processes were out of the question.
For those without a nice editor that can do a replace across files I came up with the following solution:
- Install UnxUtils and add the main directory to the path.
Windows has find so I had to make sure that it used the correct find. Basically it finds all Root files, creates a command to copy that file, use sed to do the replace back to the original file, and delete the copy of the file.
find . -name Root -print | sed "s/.*/copy & &.new \&\& sed \"s\/jstauffer\/jstauffe\/\" &.new > & \&\&amp;amp;amp; del &.new/" > Root.bat