FileType for Windows

Filetype: file type reporting program




Filetype tries to classify each file given to it. The file(s) to classify can be given on the command line as usual file arguments (i.e. after the options), or in a file where the files to classify are listed on separate lines, or in standard input. filetype tests against a binary database with information about file types, which should be located at /etc/filetype.spec unless you specify otherwise with the -s option. If the file is known, information about it is printed on stan- dard output. Otherwise the tag "Unknown" is used.



DescriptionDownloadSizeLast changeMd5sum
• Complete package, except sources Setup  328690 10 September 2005  1dc31ae3421ccae3d61595b3f91e3f8a
• Sources Setup  324395 10 September 2005  856dee0ec9ef9723a996132724c7c9bc
• Binaries Zip  78957 10 September 2005  236d6a9b93cefd8af044be9fa2e81ff9
• Documentation Zip  6859 10 September 2005  ca294395babd1949b0cb946737ecb648
• Sources Zip  64787 10 September 2005  aba197e2db05372bc0ce72de4133754a

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