Looking for the latest version? Download sfk176.zip (5.4 MB)
Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
Parent folder
Totals: 8 Items   9.7 MB 9
readme 2013-04-16 3.4 kB 11 weekly downloads
sfk166.exe 2012-10-08 1.2 MB 11 weekly downloads
sfk166-mac-ppc.exe 2012-10-08 1.3 MB 11 weekly downloads
sfk166-mac-i686.exe 2012-10-08 1.1 MB 11 weekly downloads
sfk166-linux.exe 2012-10-08 1.3 MB 11 weekly downloads
sfk166-linux-lib5.exe 2012-10-08 1.2 MB 11 weekly downloads
sfk166.tar.gz 2012-10-08 654.8 kB 22 weekly downloads
sfk166.zip 2012-10-08 2.9 MB 11 weekly downloads
Major Rework. Read the changelist for details. Zip File Contents: 1. Binaries of Swiss File Knife Base, the multi function command line tool for Windows (95 to Vista), Linux (current and old releases) and Apple Macintosh (i686 and PPC). 2. Sourcecode and build scripts of SFK Base, allowing compilation under Windows and Linux. 3. Some documentation, example and test files. If you are in a hurry and want only a single executable, download any of the following. NO INSTALLATION is required, the executables can be used instantly after download: sfk.exe Swiss File Knife for Windows. sfk-linux.exe SFK for current Linux distribs, like Ubuntu. sfk-linux-lib5.exe SFK for older Linux distribs, like DSL. sfk-mac-i686.exe SFK for current Intel-based Macs. sfk-mac-ppc.exe SFK for older PowerPC Macs. NOTE: All executables have the version number in their filename for clarity. You should rename them after download for easy use: sfknnn.exe -> sfk.exe sfknnn-linux.exe -> sfk sfknnn-linux-lib5.exe -> sfk sfknnn-mac-i686.exe -> sfk sfknnn-mac-ppc.exe -> sfk under Linux/Mac, also add "chmod +x sfk" afterwards. if you have no unzip tool, or in a wrong version, download unzip for the command line from http://stahlworks.com/dev/index.php?tool=zipunzip ----------------------------------------------------------------- Changelist: - CHG: COLORS UNDER LINUX: if environment variable SFK_COLORS is now set to anything other than "off", colors are activated (no ",on" required). theme:black now uses a default color 14, i.e. bright gray or non bright white. - add: sfk netlog, send text output to network, and/or to logfile, and/or to terminal. - add: sfk list: options -maxfiles and -fileoffset to list only a subset of selected files. - add: sfk find: option -firsthit to list only first match per file. - add: sfk udpdump: option -from to show only messages from specific server. - add: sfk filter: option -global-unique for processing of multiple text files. - add: sfk filter: option -keep after -unique to always keep some lines, like separators, even if uniqueness is selected. - add: sfk ... +append[to] filename, alias for sfk ... +tofile -append filename - add: sfk filter, hexfind, find: option -justrc prints no output at all, to set return code silently on matching text. - add: mac compile: detection of __APPLE__ symbol. - add: sfk runloop: option to delay per command. - chg: automatic IP expansion: no longer showing the [using ip] info message by default. use option -showip to see expansion result. - fix: sfk ftp client under linux: did not stop by ctrl+c while trying to connect to a server. - fix: sfk help colors: examples for SFK_COLORS didn't work under linux as ",on" was missing. now "on" is done implicitely, see CHG entry above. - fix: sfk rmtree simulation always told "0 dirs would be deleted". - fix: sfk udpdump >out.txt empty file on small output due to missing flush. - fix: sfk base: replace -firsthit did not work with replacement patterns of different length. - fix: sfk fromclip: -wait, -clear not usable.
Source: readme, updated 2013-04-16

Thanks for helping keep SourceForge clean.

Screenshot instructions:
Red Hat Linux   Ubuntu

Click URL instructions:
Right-click on ad, choose "Copy Link", then paste here →
(This may not be possible with some types of ads)

More information about our ad policies

Briefly describe the problem (required):

Upload screenshot of ad (required):
Select a file, or drag & drop file here.

Please provide the ad click URL, if possible:

Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter:

No, thanks