MultifileDetector
System Software
Score 50%
Description:

MultifileDetector allows you to detect multiple files. Once a file already exists is detected, it can be manually or automatically deleted.

MultifileDetector calculate MD5 of each file to know if it already exists or not, filenames are ignored.

MultifileDetector also allows you to only show multiples files if you want, without deleting any ones.

You can save a report to know what files have been deleted.

Mac OS X & MS Windows are compiled and dll included (for those who haven't Qt libraries).
Last changelog:

6 years ago

-==- v1.8.1 -==-
- Update new domain host for futures updates

-==- v1.8.0 -==-
- Update are silently checked at startup
- French translation
- Output GUI updated
- Fix user directory for MS Windows DEFINITIVELY :-)

-==- v1.7.2 -==-
- Fix folder bug for MS Windows Seven users
- Output GUI updates

-==- v1.7.0 -==-
- In app update
- Output GUI updates

-==- v1.6 -==-
- Fix settings for MS Windows users (thanks for reporting this to me)
- Fix "Abort scan" button. Now abort scan directly after pressing it
- Output GUI updates (statistics for scanned files)

-==- v1.5 -==-
- Fix a bug that files were correctly deleted but MultifileDetector purpose to delete them all during the process
- Output now has colored action (red for deleted files and blue for keeped files)
- File report is now output printscreen

-==- v1.4 -==-
- Choice between files to be deleted (first or second one)
- Realtime output can now be reshown if closed during scanning

-==- v1.3 -==-
- Realtime output scanning
- Popups blocking "Abort scan" fixed

-==- v1.2 -==-
- Update for MS Windows
- Minors bugs fixes

-==- v1.1 -==-
- First release
- Works on Mac OS X (Windows soon)

-==- Futures updates -==-
- With help of users...

moon115

6 years ago

Unfortunately won't build (openSUSE11.4x64).
I tried
# qmake
# make

recieved the error:
....
scan.cpp: In member function ‘virtual void Scan::run()’:
scan.cpp:94:39: error: ‘TRASH_PATH’ was not declared in this scope
scan.cpp:103:52: error: ‘TRASH_PATH’ was not declared in this scope
make: *** [scan.o] Error 1

I may be trying to build it incorrectly but there is no ReadME or INSTALL file to get directions.

I look forward to being able to use MultifileDetector

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moon115

6 years ago

Although I have absoluteley no c++ programming experience, looking through scan.cpp it appears that you may not have supported linux as a build target yet.

I see references to
Q_OS_MAC, and Q_OS_WIN32 but no reference to linux or bsd.

As I said, I am not a programmer, but perhaps it would not be dificult to extend the build targets to these platforms.

thanks

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6 years ago

-==- v1.8.1 -==-
- Update new domain host for futures updates

-==- v1.8.0 -==-
- Update are silently checked at startup
- French translation
- Output GUI updated
- Fix user directory for MS Windows DEFINITIVELY :-)

-==- v1.7.2 -==-
- Fix folder bug for MS Windows Seven users
- Output GUI updates

-==- v1.7.0 -==-
- In app update
- Output GUI updates

-==- v1.6 -==-
- Fix settings for MS Windows users (thanks for reporting this to me)
- Fix "Abort scan" button. Now abort scan directly after pressing it
- Output GUI updates (statistics for scanned files)

-==- v1.5 -==-
- Fix a bug that files were correctly deleted but MultifileDetector purpose to delete them all during the process
- Output now has colored action (red for deleted files and blue for keeped files)
- File report is now output printscreen

-==- v1.4 -==-
- Choice between files to be deleted (first or second one)
- Realtime output can now be reshown if closed during scanning

-==- v1.3 -==-
- Realtime output scanning
- Popups blocking "Abort scan" fixed

-==- v1.2 -==-
- Update for MS Windows
- Minors bugs fixes

-==- v1.1 -==-
- First release
- Works on Mac OS X (Windows soon)

-==- Futures updates -==-
- With help of users...

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1.8.1
updated Aug 01 2011
added May 10 2011
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