ftwin is a tool useful to find duplicate files according to their content on your file system. You may want to read the related blog entries to understand why this tool has been developed, and how it works.
Usage: ./ftwin [OPTION]... [FILES or DIRECTORIES]...
Find identical files passed as parameter or recursively found in directories.
Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too.
-c, --case-unsensitive this option applies to regex match.
-d, --display-size display size before duplicates.
-e, --regex-ignore-file filenames that match this are ignored.
-f, --follow-symlink follow symbolic links.
-h, --help display usage.
-i, --ignore-list comma-separated list of file names to ignore.
-m, --minimal-length minimum size of file to process.
-o, --optimize-memory reduce memory usage, but increase process time.
-p, --priority-path file in this path are displayed first when
duplicates are reported.
-r, --recurse-subdir recurse subdirectories.
-s, --separator separator character between twins, default: n.
-v, --verbose display a progress bar.
-V, --version display version.
-x, --excessive-size excessive size of file that switch off mmap use.
- Bugfix: - Fix the "file ignore list" feature that had no
- Bugfix: - Fix crash due to invalid files in /sys/class/net/-dev- when device close.