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Old 05 July 2016, 15:46   #1
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cksfv for Amiga 68k

I got the cksfv source code from cksfv-1.3-ppc-amigaos.lha on Aminet and compiled it for 68k with vbcc on AmigaOS 3.1, in case someone wants the binary it is attached (also in the zone).

This port does not support AmigaOS style wildcard expansion (ReadArgs), but it supports multiple files, so if you want to create .sfv files on Amiga I can recommend foreach on Aminet, and then type something like this in Amiga DOS/shell.

Code:
foreach #? cksfv $ >myfile.sfv
Most people probably use it to verify file integrity on existing .sfv files.

Code:
cksfv -f myfile.sfv
For more info about SFV (Simple File Verification) in general:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simple_file_verification

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