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Splitzen

As of 2013-07-07, this project may now be found at http://github.com/rowanthorpe/splitzen.

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NB: All new development is continued at http://github.com/rowanthorpe/splitzen and newer versions can be found there. The versions found here are for archival purposes only.
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Splitzen is a batch-script for drag-n-drop splitting to arbitrary-size files,with integrity checking,for Windows.It relies on some small unix tools (from GnuWin32 by default).Change one line in the config to toggle using other installed tools.

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License

Affero GNU Public License

Features

  • Drag and drop
  • Checksum integrity checking
  • Portable (between different Windows systems >= NT)
  • Small size
  • Fully configurable (by file and at runtime)
  • Non-intrusive and easily disposable
  • Simple
  • Lean

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    Thanks for so usefull software.

    Posted 05/20/2013
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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

Registered

2010-02-23

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