ChecksumJelly
ChecksumJelly
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ChecksumJelly1.1

17 January 2009

Utility to validate/generate digest checksums for files.

Overview

ChecksumJelly checksum validation for md2, md5, sha, and sha1 digests. Why mess with CLIs, no need to remember commands, arguments, etc.

Three clicks get you there.

What's new in ChecksumJelly

Version 1.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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How would you rate ChecksumJelly app?

4 Reviews of ChecksumJelly

Jcalado
18 November 2008
Version: 1.0

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Maybe the "Target Checksum" checkbox could be dropped by verifying if the text field is empty. If it is, no target checksum as been given.
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Kiddailey
03 June 2009
Version: 1.1
Decent app. Gets the job done. It is missing the one feature that I'm looking for -- base16 encoding of the hash value. Otherwise though, it's great.
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Naoh
17 January 2009
Version: 1.1
This looks like a good way to checksum files. However, I thought of something that might be good for a future version. Could it be an idea to also provide a context-sensitive menu interface within the Finder? For instance, if I wanted to compare the checksum with a file, I could copy the checksum value, and then right-click on the file that I want to check. The context sensitive menu would offer to checksum the file, and because I have a value in the clipboard, the option to compare that value against the file would be available. (As there are different types of checksums, the option would need a sub-menu that specifies the type of checksum being used.) Making this selection would trigger a background process, or a progress bar. Once the process is complete, a dialogue box would appear and specify if the checksum matched or not. The same context sensitive menu could be used to generate a checksum, using the same set of sub-menus. This would be default behaviour when holding down a modifier key while engaging the context sensitive menu. If the clipboard is empty, the full ChecksumJelly application would launch. Although this might not be the direction intended for the application, it seemed a good enough idea to share.
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Jobby
18 November 2008
Version: 1.0
Looks pretty useful - but why does the window vanish from screen when the app loses focus? That's non-standard behaviour - and when checksumming a large file, it would be handy to be able to do other stuff while it calculates :)
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Jcalado
18 November 2008
Version: 1.0
Maybe the "Target Checksum" checkbox could be dropped by verifying if the text field is empty. If it is, no target checksum as been given.
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