NuGet Package checksum

checksum - Command line file checksum validator.

checksum checks a file and returns a checksum for both md5 and sha1.
To use checksum you would simply provide a file path and it will return the sum for the file.

Example: checksum -f="relative\path"
Example: checksum "relative\path"
Example: checksum -f="c:\absolute\path" -t=sha1

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.

Example: checksum "c:\\path\to\somefile.exe" -c="thehash"
Example: checksum -f="c:\\path\to\somefile.exe" -c="thehash" -t=sha1

SYNOPSIS

checksum [-t=sha1|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' or 'sha1' Defaults to 'md5'.
-c, --check=VALUE
Optional: check - the signature you want to check.

Not case sensitive.

Info

Version: 0.0.2
Author(s): Rob Reynolds
Last Update: Sunday, March 2, 2014
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Project Url: https://github.com/ferventcoder/checksum
NuGet Url: https://www.nuget.org/packages/checksum


Install
Install-Package checksum
dotnet add package checksum
paket add checksum
checksum Download (Unzip the "nupkg" after downloading)



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