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FSlint is a toolkit to find various forms of lint on a filesystem. At the moment it reports duplicate files, bad symbolic links, troublesome file names, empty directories, non stripped executables, temporary files, duplicate/conflicting (binary) names, and unused ext2 directory blocks.

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Recent releases

  •  29 Apr 2010 23:27

    Release Notes: File dialog regressions were fixed. A Cygwin issue was fixed. Languages were updated.

    •  21 Jul 2009 09:52

      Release Notes: Pause/resume support and support for newer GTK+/Python features. The empty dirs function was changed to empty branches. There were various fixes and translation updates.

      •  10 Sep 2008 12:04

        Release Notes: Opening files from the GUI is now allowed. An error with handling duplicates over 2GB in size was fixed. Translations were updated.

        •  21 May 2008 14:16

          Release Notes: Czech and Turkish translations were added. Issues with finding duplicate files with unusual characters in their names were fixed. Support for deleting found items was improved.

          •  19 Sep 2007 11:27

            Release Notes: New translations were made for Hebrew, Italian, and Russian. The translations for Chinese (simplified), French, German, Swedish, and Vietnamese were updated. The GUI now handles paths with spaces in the names of empty directories and spaces at the end of names of duplicate files. Brace expansion was removed from debian/rules to allow the package to build on Debian systems where dash is the default shell. A bug reintroduced in 2.22 (GUI only) where duplicates with independent hardlinks were not reported correctly was fixed.


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