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EVP dirdiff recursively compares two directory trees using message digest (hash), e.g
EVP dirdiff recursively compares two directory trees using message digest (hash), e.g. MD5.
Boost C++ library
How to Build:
Make sure Boost library is added to INCLUDE and LIB of your C++ compiler
Go to the evp-dirdiff installation directory
Open build.bat (on Windows) or buiuld.sh (on UNIX) in a text editor and change PROJECT_PATH to point to the directory where you installed evp-dirdiff
build.sh COMPILER [TARGET]
Where COMPILER is the name of your C++ compiler used to build the Boost library
TARGET is an optional Ant build target. The default target is "build"
Use "test" target to build and run all unit tests.
See build.xml for individual unit test targets.
build.bat vc7 test
build.sh gcc test
The executable file will be in the [INSTALL_DIR]/build directory
What's New in This Release:
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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