Comparing files. As opposed to the DOS COMP command,
CompTree can create a log file of the results, compare files
in subdirectories and delete one file if the two match
completely (practical, for example, for erasing source files
after writing a CD: Files that are not written correctly don't
Can also be used for a readability test of scratched CDs, floppies etc.
Several problems with destroyed files caused by unstable
network connections and hard drives, and not least bad
CD-ROM publishing software.
CT eases the work of comparing the copied/burned files with the originals, before these are erased.
CT can also assist in comparing and erasing doubles, for example when you have downloaded a collection of new files from a newsgroup and want to erase those that you have already.
Finished package with documentation in Danish and English.|
Currently not being developed anymore.
|Known problems:||The command line can't be longer than 127 characters. This is a limitation in DOS, not in CompTree.|
Version 1.81: CTREE181.ZIP
(current version), 48.779 bytes. Last modified 2002-10-20.
Version 1.80+6: CTREE180.ZIP, 47.537 bytes. Last modified 1999-10-19.
Version 1.70: CTREE170.ZIP, 43.357 bytes. Last modified 1999-8-14.