Version:3 - 20100630
Author:Keith Fenske (Identity Number Forty-Seven)
Post Date:September 30, 2010
Comments:This program requires the Java run-time environemnt (JRE), a free download at

From: Identity Number Forty-Seven <identity@number.47> Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 09:54:42 -0600 Subject: Java font programs Newsgroups: alt.binaries.fonts I wrote these Java programs to help manage my font collection. They run on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows. They are free under the GNU General Public License. Please read the PDF documentation in each ZIP file. Windows users should run RedEar's Font Renamer, which is posted quarterly in alt.binaries.fonts. The same Java programs can be downloaded from any of these web sites:

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Excerpts from program documentation FileChecksum is a Java 1.4 application to compute common checksums for files: CRC32, MD5, and SHA1. Checksums are small hexadecimal “signatures” for testing whether or not files have been copied correctly, such as over a network. One person sends a file along with the checksum computed on the original computer. A second person calculates a similar checksum for the received file, and if the two checksums agree, then the received file is assumed to be correct. MD5 is more reliable than and preferred over the older and simpler CRC32. Many web sites provide MD5 signatures for their downloads; use this program to verify files that you download.