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commit: 79a7561a6dc4ac60f4b7bbd1067c3123c06eb599
parent: f9ac46e798279697fb735c2db6cfce615a30e5c5
author: Chris Noxz <>
date:   Thu, 9 Mar 2023 12:42:20 +0100
update acst software page
1 file changed, 11 insertions(+), 18 deletions(-)
diff --git a/ b/
@@ -7,8 +7,8 @@ mtime and checksum.
-.URL // "acst 0.1.3"
-(31kb) (2022-07-12)
+.URL // "acst 0.1.4"
+(30kb) (2023-03-09)
 .HnS 1
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ NAME
        acst - Actual C-implementation of a Simple shaTag
-       acst [-dhmnqrvx] <FILE...>
+       acst [-dhmnqvx] <FILE...>
        acst is a minimal and simplified implementation in C of, or rather,
@@ -75,9 +75,6 @@ OPTIONS
               reported. If specified two times, only corrupt, backdated, and
               malformed files and errors are being reported.
-       -r     Process directories and their contents recursively, not just
-              files.
        -x     Remove acts's extended attributes (xattrs) from FILE.
        -v     prints version information to stderr, then exits.
@@ -135,29 +132,25 @@ FILE STATUSES
        dup    Duplicate of checksum among files checked.
-       find /strg/shr/media -xdev -type f | acst - > /root/acst.log
+       find /mnt/memorystick -xdev -type f | acst - > /root/acst.log
               will use find to recursively traverse through files in
               /mnt/memorystick within the same file system and log the result
-              to /root/acst.log. Using acst this way is many times faster than
-              using the recursive argument and can also replace all examples
-              below using the recursive argument. It should be treated as the
-              preferred method of using acst.
+              to /root/acst.log.
-       acst -r /home/user01 /mnt/memorystick > /root/acst.log
+       find /home/user01 /strg/shr/media -type f | acst - > /root/acst.log
               will recursively process files in both /home/user01 and
               /mnt/memorystick even if they belong to different file systems,
-              as they are both specified using the FILE argument, and then log
-              the result to /root/acst.log.
+              and then log the result to /root/acst.log.
-       acst -rm /home/user01 /mnt/memorystick > /root/acst.log
+       find /home/user01 /strg/shr/media -type f | acst -m - > /root/acst.log
               will perform the same operation as above with the addition of
               also summarizing the result of the execution to the log.
-       acst -rx /mnt/memorystick > /root/acst.log
+       find /mnt/memorystick -xdev -type f | acst -x - > /root/acst.log
               will recursively process and remove extended attributes from
               files in /mnt/memorystick and log the result to /root/acst.log.
-       acst -rd /mnt/memorystick
+       find /mnt/memorystick -xdev -type f | acst -d -
               will recursively check for duplicates among files in
               /mnt/memorystick based on checksums stored as extended
@@ -195,7 +188,7 @@ AVAILABILITY
-                                 acst-0.1.3                            ACST(1)
+                                 acst-0.1.4                            ACST(1)