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Package ID
checksum
Version
0.2.0
Downloads
20309
Website
https://github.com/ferventcoder/checksum

Summary

checksum - CLI File Checksum Validator (md5/sha1/sha256/sha512)

Description

checksum - Command line file checksum validator. ### Determine a checksum for a file checksum checks a file and returns a checksum for md5, sha1, and sha2 (sha256 and sha512). To use checksum you would simply provide a file path and it will return the sum for the file. #### Examples * checksum -f="relative\path" * checksum "relative\path" * checksum -f="c:\absolute\path" -t=sha256 ### Validate a file against an existing signature You can also check against an existing signature. To validate against an existing signature (hash) you would simply provide the file and the expected signature. When checking a signature, if the signature is valid it exits with 0, otherwise it exits with a non-zero exit code. #### Examples * checksum -f="c:\absolute\path" -c=8AC4EA9A7B18E67EA97088220C40041B355A2C3049AA4E290D1F65A94BEFA9EF * checksum -f="c:\absolute\path" -c=8AC4EA9A7B18E67EA97088220C40041B355A2C3049AA4E290D1F65A94BEFA9EF -t sha256 SYNOPSIS checksum [-t=sha1|sha256|sha512|md5] [-c=signature] [-f=]filepath OPTIONS -?, --help, -h Prints out the options. -f, --file=VALUE REQUIRED: file - The is the name of the file. The file should exist -t, --type, --hashtype=VALUE Optional: hashtype - 'md5’, 'sha1’, 'sha256’, or 'sha512’. Defaults to ‘md5’ or is determined by length of passed check value. -c, --check=VALUE Optional: check - the signature you want to check. Not case sensitive.

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