« on: March 10, 2014, 04:26 AM »
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@Cornucopiae: This version should allow you to use the Unicode version and still generate checksum files that are compatible with non-Unicode apps like QuickSFV.
In AutoHotkey, there are no native hash/checksum commands. So, you have three options: 1) Use a command line executable, 2) a DLL, or 3) use a function library that somebody has developed. SFV Ninja uses number one and three. However, I've found that the function library, while very fast and accurate, has a tendency to crash randomly and I don't know why. So, I changed SFV Ninja to only use that function when absolutely necessary where before it was using it for smaller files because of its speed.