FindRepe finds (and optionally deletes) duplicated files by content, not name. It uses MD5 and SHA1 hashes to compare files. It can also compare just by file name.
|Tags||Command Line duplicate|
|Licenses||GPLv3 or later|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows Solaris Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release fixes the build script. The last release was incorrectly packed and useless.
Release Notes: This release has been compiled with updated libraries and adds minor changes.
Release Notes: The --byname and --ibyname options were added. A couple of problems were fixed. Installer scripts were added for Linux and Windows XP and Windows 7.
Release Notes: The options --nohide and --absolute-path were added. A problem in which files weren't deleted using --delete-auto was fixed. Java JDK classes are no longer used for reading zips. Files reached through a link are no longer ignored.
Release Notes: New options: --verbose-logger, --zip, --zip-only, and --jobs. Option --verbose has been implemented. Now the search can be done within zips and jars. The option --zip is still in alpha status because of a bug in the last "Apache Commons Compress" stable release that could cause an infinite loop on some buggy zips. The option --jobs is intended for development use only, but could improve performance in some cases.