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1. No crash. In my tests I couldn't get it to crash under Windows XP.
2. Speed is OK!  :Thmbsup:
3. Bug? Can't save list to checksum file (md5), because some of files have zero byte.



Sorry for my Eng.

skwire, this version is perfect!!!

Speed improvements (hopefully)

Have only 1 problem:


This build has tendency to crash, like SFV Ninja v1.1.2. But speed is OK!
Thanks anyway!

Hi skwire, is there any news on the expense of speed?

Hi skwire, thanks for the new update! :Thmbsup:

@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.

Thank you!

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.

It is unfortunate that the library has tendency to crash. I'm using SFV Ninja v1.1.2 because it's faster. I'll wait for the news.

I'm very pleased with the program anyway! :up:

Hi skwire, thanks for the update!

just tested the latest version SFV Ninja v1.1.3.2

Why so slow?
For example, checking 369 files

SFV Ninja v1.1.2 = 00.00.03 min Elapsed time

SFV Ninja v1.1.3.1
SFV Ninja v1.1.3.2 = 00.01.43 min Elapsed time

what do you think?

SFV Ninja v1.1.3, yes this version is OK! No crashing! But very very slow

1. Very very slow
2. Problem to saving sfv list (sometimes no saved)

I think v1.2 is better becuse faster, sometimes crashed, but faster

Sorry for my ENG

SFV Ninja v1.1.2 always crashed, when was checking files on PC. For example, when I check c:\window\

sorry for my ENG



Skwire Empire / Re: SFV Ninja (Simple File Verification application)
« on: January 27, 2012, 06:13 AM »
Yes, I got this checksum D41D8CD98F00B204E9800998ECF8427E. Thanks, now I understand.

Skwire Empire / Re: SFV Ninja (Simple File Verification application)
« on: January 26, 2012, 10:30 PM »
Yes, I know in Unicode version is OK. MD5 is OK in ANSI. Why crc32 is not? I don't use Unicode version because it incompatible with QuickSFV and many other programs. Sorry for my Eng.

Skwire Empire / Re: SFV Ninja (Simple File Verification application)
« on: January 26, 2012, 08:40 PM »
Hi! I created 5 files (Calamé, Calaméo.rar, Calaméo.xls, Calaméo.doc, Calaméo.txt) then I wanted to check crc32. And I saw the 0000000. I used SFVNinja ANSI. I think a problem is in symbol "é"? MD5 is OK! Sorry for my Eng.

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