autocrc uses 32-bit CRC-sums to verify the integrity of files. The CRC-sums are parsed both from filenames and from sfv files.
autocrc can perform CRC-checks recursively. After it's done, it prints a summary of the result.
Download a release and install it with pip:
pip install autocrc-1.0.tar.gz
Or build and install manually:
python setup.py build python setup.py install
Examples of Usage
To check the CRC of the files in the current directory:
To check the CRC of the files recursively:
To check the CRC of a specific file:
To check the CRCs specified in an sfv-file:
- Improve the way --quite works
- More consequent treatment of paths in the console interface, at the moment it's not well defined when it prints absolute paths and when it prints relative paths
- Improve the part that parses CRC-sums from filenames, support for CRCs missing the leading zeroes.
- Fix bug: --ignore-case does not work for sfv-files with directories
The way the output is formatted is heavily influenced by pure-sfv.