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After 4 months of development, dozens of bug fixes, several new features added (two of which are the significant implementation of SQLite and Hash list importing), I have just merged the v3Branch to the v3.0.0 master branch.
Compiled binaries will be listed on the website (www.quickhash-gui.org) hopefully later this weekend or ealry next week
v2.8.4 is now available for Windows and Linux. I'll build an Apple OSX version soon. Hopefully @darealshinji will be kind enough to build DEB packages when he gets some time.
v2.8.4. includes only a few fixes but they are important. Notably the Expected Hash Value field was not working as it should in v2.8.3 and the Text tab was mis-computing hashes due to an unnoticed change to how strings were hashed. That was reverted.
v2.8.3 for Windows and Linux is out now, and includes many new features and improvements and is highly recommended over earlier versions. Of significant note is the addition of a new tab for Base64 encoded data. See the user manual and release notes for more details.
Currently the new version is out for Windows and Linux only. I'll get an Apple Mac OSX package built ASAP (a few days). Hopefully Debian packages will follow shortly. @darealshinji usually packages the Deb files for me and does a great job of it. When done, I'll upload them to the website as usual.
More info and downloads available from http://www.quickhash-gui.org/
Debian packages available too : http://www.quickhash-gui.org/download/quickhash-v2-8-3-debian-packages-for-linux/
Fixed bug as reported in Ticket 29 on Sourceforge (https://sourceforge.net/p/quickhash/tickets/29/) wherein users could not select the root directory in the "FileS" tab. Now they can, though I expect this will only work when selecting slave drives and removable drives. If the users selects C:\ the operating system will lock certain files, preventing QuickHash access to the files and generating an exception error.
Also improved the "Copy" tab in as much as the source and destiantion text fields are now read only unless UNC mode is selected. If then deselected, they revert to read only.
The first beta for users to try out. Main addition is Base64 decoding enabling users to compute hashes of both encoded and decoded Base64 files. In addition, there's a button to just allow mass decoding and saving in the decoded state.
The other major addition is a scheduler, enabling the user to scheduling hashing tasks for some time in the future (up to a month).
Lots of other minor imporvements. See the ReadMe.
UPDATE : Beta 2 available now.
Last night I compiled v2.8.2 of QuickHash for all three platforms. Compiled binaries will be available tonight (from about 20:00 UK time) from the website www.quickhash-gui.org along with a slightly updated user manual and so on. Please study the ReadMe for more details of what's new.
I'll try to compile some new DEB packages using @darealshinji packaing scripts...unless he beats me to it! ;-) (and he did beat me to it...they are also on the website!)
v2.8.1 for Windows, Linux and Apple Mac OSX of QuickHash is out now. Latest commit to master refers. Download from here : http://quickhash-gui.org/downloads/
v2.8.0 is out now and is available for download. In addition to precompiled Linux 32 and 64 bit binaries, there's also two DEB packages for easy installation.
A Windows executable is available for both 32 and 64 systems, and an Apple Mac OSX one will follow as soon as I get round to dusting off my ten year old Apple Mac system! It's always a hassle compiling the OSX version!
http://www.quickhash-gui.org/ then navigate to Downloads page.
After many requests for a Debian package of QuickHash, and thanks to the https://github.com/prof7bit/LazPackager project, I think this attached file is what one might need to create a package or push a package for Debian? Any Debian testers want to try and let me know?
SHA-1 : 1be49c36b49b027de2d602cfc0cf1d6af7ccef32
v2.7.0 of QuickHash is out now for all three major platforms.
The latest git commit it is compiled from.
Download pre-compiled binaries for Windows, Linux and Apple Mac OSX from http://quickhash-gui.org
Note also that a new website has been built for the project seperate from SOurceforge. The new home of QuickHash is http://quickhash-gui.org. There is a bug tracking service there for regular users (i.e. non-programmers). Programmers who are likely to have a GitHub account already can use the issues system here instead.