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  1. Outstanding! thank you; Hope to see this in repo’s one day. (Debian user)

    • I did this for my own purposes and I shared it with the world in case someone else could find it useful. If you (or anyone else) have found it to be a helpful program, I’m happy and I appreciate the feedback. Thanks for the support! 🙂 If you’re interested in seeing this added to your distribution of choice, feel free to contact them and let them know.

  2. This is belated, but you wrote (above,) “In half a year of casual spare-time coding, I had made fdupes 32 times faster.” Don’t you mean “…I had made jdupes 32 times faster”? (I am using jdupes, btw, and give it 5*.)

    • You would think so, but it is actually correct in the context used. jdupes is a fork of fdupes which means I took the fdupes code base, bolted on my own personal changes, and redistributed those changes with new names. So, I had in fact taken fdupes and made it 32 times faster; the original comparison shown on the page is comparing the fdupes-1.51 binary against whatever the jdupes binary was at that time. Thank you for the positive feedback on my work! I greatly appreciate knowing that I have been able to help someone else by sharing my code and my efforts. 🙂


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  1. […] have written about my duplicate scanner “jdupes” in a previous post and have spent a lot of time enhancing it. I have run across two different blog posts online about […]

  2. […] jdupes, Jody Bruchan’s fork of fdupes. It’s reportedly many times faster than the original, but that’s only half the story. The key, as with things like Project Euler is to figure out […]

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