|How do I create a list of duplicate files?|
Suppose I have two folders, one called "sources-original" and the other one called "sources-mod".
The folder "sources-mod" has only some modified files from the folder "sources-original"
Using the utility "Double Killer" I can find and delete the files in "source-mod" that are equal to those found in "sources-original" so that the folder "source-mod" will contain only modified files/different from the originals.
This is very useful to save harddrive space.
But now comes a problem, suppose I want to restore (or copy) the files DoubleKiller deleted, how can I do? (By hand I can not, as we are talking of thousands of files in hundreds of folders).
Does anyone know a utility like DoubleKiller that is capable of generating a batch files that can do such a "copy back"?
Or anyone knows an utility capable of generating a *formatted log* so that with a few operations with NopePad I can turn it into a batch-file?
(The DoubleKiller log-file first puts the file name and then his path, making it impossible for me to change the log-file into a batch-file by hand, too many operations of cut&paste)
Very very thanks!