EVP dirdiff is a tool that recursively compares two directory trees using MD5 hash function. The depth of the directory tree can be limited, and the two directories can optionally be synchronized. MD5 file hashes are printed. File names can be enclosed in the characters of your choice.
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Output is now sorted by file name and split into four categories: same, update, destination-only (delete), and source-only (new). The --show option is now checked. Identical files are not shown by default. By default, a relative file path is shown. The --fullpath option can be used to to show the full path. The Linux build is now a static executable and no dynamic libraries are required. The distribution now includes Windows and Linux (i386) builds as well as the complete C++ source code.
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