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 When collecting a large number of files of any kind, there will be duplicates with the same file under two different names or in more than one place. FindDupFiles is a Java 1.4 application to find duplicate files by searching for files that have the same size and the same MD5 checksum. It won’t find files that are merely similar, such as two consecutive photos of the same subject, or two MP3 songs encoded at different times. Possible duplicates are reported to the user, who can then verify that the files are identical, either by inspection or by doing a byte-by-byte comparison with the “comp” command in DOS/Windows or the “cmp” command in UNIX. What to do with files is the user’s choice; the program does nothing except report the duplicates. The probability of two files with different contents having the same size and MD5 checksum is extremely small.