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PathLocate

Version:
1.1
Release date:
2018.03.19
Language:
English
License:
Freeware, Open Source
System:
Windows / Linux
Downloads:
12,983

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Description

PathLocate is a small command line utility that allows you to quickly search for files located in directories listed in the PATH environment variable.

The program allows you to enter many names/masks of files on one command line, limit the number of returned files, ignore or take into account the size of characters, calculate CRC32 checksums, display the last modification time of files, their size, VersionInfo block from executable files (on Windows) and other.

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How to uninstall?

PathLocate application is distributed in the form of archive and does not require any special uninstall process. To uninstall it, just delete files previously extracted from the archive.

End User License Agreement

This program is completely free. You can use it without any restrictions, also for commercial purposes.

Changelog

Version 1.1 (2018.03.19)

  • Compilation in a new version of the CodeTyphon.
  • [+] Calculation of MD5, SHA-1 and SHA-2-256 checksums. Switches: --md5 --sha1 --sha2
  • [+] Highlighting of executable files: EXE, DLL, BAT, CMD, BPL (on Windows), and SH, SO (on Linux). Switches: -he -hd -hb -hc -hp -hs -hl
  • [+] Highlighting the text provided by the user. Switches: -hus -hus2
  • [+] Sorting. Switches: -sb -sd
  • [+] Displaying the list of directories specified in the PATH environment variable. Switch -ld
  • [+] Long format switch: --long.
  • [+] The user can define the text used to separate categories of information. Switches: -sl -sdt.
  • [+] Displaying more detailed information about errors. Switch -err
  • [+] Displaying the creation (Windows only), last write and last access time of found files. Switches: -dc -dw -da
  • [+] The ability to display file attributes on Windows system. Switch: -a
  • [+] Displaying the short version info (and nothing more). It can be useful for detecting the PathLocate version from batch files. Switch -vs
  • [+] [Linux] Detecting if the output is a character device (terminal, printer). If so, the PathLocate will use ANSI escape codes to display colors. If not, ANSI codes will not be generated by the program. As a result, the output data stream can be redirected to a file/pipe, and it will not be “cluttered” with unnecessary data.

Version 1.0 (2018.01.25)

Initial release.