SFV/MD5 for every subdir?

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SFV/MD5 for every subdir?

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For example, if i have:
c:\TEST\DIR1
c:\TEST\DIR2
c:\TEST\DIR3
c:\TEST\DIR4

When i right click on c:\TEST, i get an option to 'create SFV/MD5 for every DIR' ?

Also, how about an option where you could select multiple SFV/MD5 files, and set hkSFV to check them sequentially, then produce a 'report' at the end, showing whatever data the user has selected (e.g. only missing files, or only bad files).

These features would make hkSFV so much easier for me to use, what does everyone else think?
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I like that idea. :P
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Think you'll try to include 'em in the next version? (or the one after)
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Anonymous wrote:Think you'll try to include 'em in the next version? (or the one after)

Me and just about everyone here... are not affiliated with Big-O Software.

Only Big-O Mark, and Big-O Ryan (those are their user names on here), can answer your questions.

Me and the other 'moderators' only help to moderate these forums, and answer questions when the developers are not around.
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And somehow I manage to accumulate the mosts posts because I waste forum space with posts like this one.

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Hey developers, any chance you'll include this in the near future? :)
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^Caracal^ wrote:Hey developers, any chance you'll include this in the near future? :)
not trying to be mean or anything but as
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I also request this feature. it is the most glaring omitted feature in a program that supports recursive checking. recursive checking should also have recursive creating :)

for the developers: as a model of a good way to implement it, you may want to look at "advanced checksum verifier" ( http://www.irnis.net/ ). it does this very well (it can automatically create an sfv/md5 for every subdir, IN every subdir, and with the name of the subdir.)

also, relevant to recursive checking/creating, this program manages to work MUCH faster through large amounts of files.
please check it out, as i prefer hksfv's interface, but ACV's features/performance.
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wlu_lax6 wrote:Saw that this morning. I've said it before....for all you want to talk about United and their international profile *URL REMOVED TO PREVENT GOOGLE INDEXING* , they really seem to do business the right way. I'm interested to see just how much Kenyon had to do with these results, so next year will be interesting.

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what kind of sport is this? i ve never heard about it and never seen it...
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acv vs. hkSFV

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Anonymous wrote: also, relevant to recursive checking/creating, this program manages to work MUCH faster through large amounts of files.
please check it out, as i prefer hksfv's interface, but ACV's features/performance.
I will tell you- I d/loaded that prog before this one, and tried to simply check slackware 10.0d1.md5 with it, and it wouldn't work. I didn't bother to read directions or anything else. I figured if a simple program like this isn't so simple then why bother??? Then the next one I d/loaded was this (hkSFV) and was like (this is after trying out like 4 others) wow... this one actually checked my file and worked!! Just freaking amazing.. --- Geez how hard is it to check an md5 file???? Oh well.. my 2 cents worth I guess.

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