CRCMAN 1L "29 April 1992"
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crcman - checksum a directory
Specify the root of the directory tree to be
checksummed. All files in all directories in the
tree below that point will be processed.
will create a file of 32-bit CRC checksums for all
files in the specified directory tree. For each
file processed, the CRC file has a line with an
8-character hexadecimal checksum, a space, and the
With just a single file name on the command line,
will verify the checksums of each file listed in
the CRC file.
Mark R. Nelson
16479 Dallas Parkway, Suite 570
Dallas, TX 75248
Published in Mark R. Nelson, ``File Verification Using CRC'', Dr.
Dobb's Journal, #188, May 1992, pp. 64--67, 92--94.