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cksfv

cksfv (Check SFV) creates simple file verification (.sfv) listings and tests existing sfv files. It uses the crc32 checksum.

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  •  12 Apr 2009 23:48

    Release Notes: This is a bugfix and cleanup release.

    •  24 Aug 2008 21:56

    Release Notes: Small bugfixes were made and the documentation was improved.

    •  12 Aug 2007 12:12

    Release Notes: This release adds a -g option to be an easier replacement for the -f option, cleans up the code, and improves the documentation.

    •  11 Jul 2007 06:23

    Release Notes: A script was added for Nautilus 2 SFV checking. 64-bit file offset support was added for some platforms.

    •  25 Mar 2007 15:14

    Release Notes: This release adds an option (-c) for remote programs to monitor cksfv output more easily. The MinGW port has been fixed.

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    23 Oct 2005 11:11 shaihulud

    Re: error on make (gmake) on OS X

    > after i did ./configure i edited the

    > Makefile to remove /local

    > from teh dirs (/usr/bin &

    > /usr/share/man) for the proper os

    > x directories.

    Why? Use ./configure --prefix=/usr

    > but when I tried:

    >

    > $ sudo make install

    > make: `install' is up to date.

    That's odd. The 'install' rule in Makefile has no dependencies so it should be executed every time.

    > $ cd src/

    > $ make clean

    >

    > something odd, when i went to test/ and

    > did:

    >

    > $ ./test.sh

    > test case 1 unsuccessful. should report

    > correct checksum.

    The correct procedure is:

    1. make

    2. make check

    I suspect the binary (src/cksfv) did not exist when you ran the test.sh script, and the script failed because it uses the binary from that path.

    23 Oct 2005 11:01 1NUY4SH4

    Re: error on make (gmake) on OS X

    > thanx! 1.3.6 works great now, after some quirks during

    the installation.

    >

    > after i did ./configure i edited the Makefile to remove /

    local from teh dirs (/usr/bin & /usr/share/man) for the

    proper os x directories. but when I tried:

    >

    > $ sudo make install

    > make: `install' is up to date.

    >

    > -not sure what that meant exactly, except that it didn't

    install properly, i looked in the Makefile and did:

    >

    > $ sudo install src/cksfv /usr/bin

    > $ sudo install cksfv.1

    > /usr/share/man/man1/

    >

    > not sure if the rest was necessarry, i also (from the

    Makefile looked like I was supposed to):

    >

    > $ cd src/

    > $ make clean

    >

    > something odd, when i went to test/ and did:

    >

    > $ ./test.sh

    > test case 1 unsuccessful. should report correct checksum.

    >

    > - however, when i $ cksfv -f c1.sfv a (test 1) and 2/b 3/c

    they all were fine, so don't know why this errored on test

    case 1 in the test.sh script

    for some reason, it didn't put my last post on seperate lines

    23 Oct 2005 10:58 1NUY4SH4

    Re: error on make (gmake) on OS X
    thanx! 1.3.6 works great now, after some quirks during the
    installation.

    after i did ./configure i edited the Makefile to remove /local
    from teh dirs (/usr/bin & /usr/share/man) for the proper os
    x directories. but when I tried:

    $ sudo make install
    make: `install' is up to date.

    -not sure what that meant exactly, except that it didn't install
    properly, i looked in the Makefile and did:

    $ sudo install src/cksfv /usr/bin
    $ sudo install cksfv.1 /usr/share/man/man1/

    not sure if the rest was necessarry, i also (from the Makefile
    looked like I was supposed to):

    $ cd src/
    $ make clean

    something odd, when i went to test/ and did:

    $ ./test.sh
    test case 1 unsuccessful. should report correct checksum.

    - however, when i $ cksfv -f c1.sfv a (test 1) and 2/b 3/c
    they all were fine, so don't know why this errored on test
    case 1 in the test.sh script

    20 Oct 2005 02:29 shaihulud

    Re: error on make (gmake) on OS X

    > gcc -DVERSION=\"1.3\" -Wall

    > -Werror -O2 -g -o cksfv cksfv.c

    > print.c crc32.c readsfv.c newsfv.c

    > ...

    > gmake[1]: *** [cksfv] Error 1

    > gmake: *** [all] Error 2

    Try compiling the latest version (1.3.6) or the cvs version.

    19 Oct 2005 08:42 1NUY4SH4

    Re: error on make (gmake) on OS X
    i wantd to add, i run this on my linux server and it rox, which is
    why i wanted to run it on my home computers in os x. Figured
    if it runs in BSD, should be a way to get it running in OS X, just
    not sure exactly what I should do (or if it's even possible at this
    point).

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