HJSplit

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Sorna
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HJSplit

#1 Post by Sorna » Sat Mar 03, 2007 6:42 pm

Hi,

Thanks a million for this great collection of portable freeware. I've been using it for some time now.

I thought of suggesting one which I found in the web.

HJSplit 2.3
HJSplit is a file splitter, joiner.

It can be used to split big files into smaller chunks and then to merger them back.

Installation: Download the zip file and unzip to any folder. (Zip file contains a single application file and a readme.txt)

The application does not write any settings on the system.

address:
http://www.freebyte.com/hjsplit/#win32

Hope this application will be usefull for some of your users.

Regards,
Sorna.

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#2 Post by AlephX » Mon Mar 05, 2007 4:32 am

Thanks! Added to the Database.

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2.4 now

#3 Post by Emka » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:17 am

As Wolfghost has pointed out in a comment on the program, 2.4 is available.
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Re: 2.4 now

#4 Post by SYSTEM » Mon Oct 25, 2010 6:04 am

Emka wrote:As Wolfghost has pointed out in a comment on the program, 2.4 is available.
Thanks. I have updated the HJSplit entry.

BTW, I'd have liked if you had mentioned the name of the program either in the heading or the post itself.
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Re: HJSplit

#5 Post by Emka » Mon Oct 25, 2010 8:44 am

Oops, sorry. Didn't think that might be a problem.
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