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There are a LOT of file verification / hashing programs here on the site, so it would be nice to have something the others don't. This one appears to have a broad algorithm support and a verification system. So this one looks like its worth the time.guinness wrote:No, not at all. I haven't added many applications to TPFC, so I wanted to know if users had any objections to this application being added to TPFC.
OK, thanks WebFork, this was the answer I was looking for I think its great to have a unique database, instead of having the same program replicated many times with a different name! (no examples spring to mind!)
Sorry guinness but you will have to adjust your count... http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... 691#p24691
guinness wrote:OK, didn't see it the DB and it didn't have a separate forum topic, so I presumed it hadn't been added/suggested. Sorry.
Suggestion count, not testing count.I am Baas wrote:Sorry guinness but you will have to adjust your count... http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... 691#p24691
I asked the author a question I thought I'd share here:
His response:is there a way to tweak FileVerifier++ to save individual hash files rather than a hash index file? For example, hashing:
... would create ...
I'm trying to put together hashes for individual files.
This can't be done with the GUI, but can be accomplished with FVC called from a script. There's a somewhat similar example that creates a hash file for each directory (as opposed to a single file). The example is the file fvc-batch.js which is located in the same directory as fvc.exe and fv.exe.