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- Subject: NEW: misc/cfv
- From: Moritz Grimm <mlist_(_at_)_scapa_(_dot_)_dnsalias_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2005 16:24:34 +0200
attached is a port of CFV, the command-line file verification tool from
http://cfv.sourceforge.net/. It is written in Python and supports
creating and verifying lots of different checksum file formats. It's a
nice complement to the tools we have in base, because it also supports
lots of the simpler, non-crypto file formats out there. It's convenient
to use and ... oh well, you know, please test and comment.
Testing by BitTorrent users would be very appreciated - it supports
checking .torrent files, but I have none here to try that out.
Regression tests are available, but disabled for now - one rather exotic
test seems to hang forever on OpenBSD. Other than that, it works nicely
-- I've been using it every now and then for years without problems.