"Reverts file dates if file not really changed"
Untouch is a Java package that looks at the true content and changes made recently to files and determines if they have really been changed much, if at all. Once the assessment has been completed, the modified dates are adjusted relative to what they were originally dependent on the outcome. There are switches that can be applied when calling the Java program which provided further instructions to the program for how to act. One is to clear the history and then use the current date/time as the modified date/time instead. A second forces a change for the file(s) from back to the previous data regardless of the level of file changes present since the previous version was saved. Choose whether files stored in sub-directories are to be processed as well or only the main directory specified in the command line.
Untouch Key Features:
- Process files and revert the modified date back to the original for files that were not changed much
- Optional switches to force changes back to the previously modified date
- Requires Java 1.7 or later
- Requires Windows
Untouch is a program to revert date/time stamp back to previous changed date.
Requirements: Java 1.7+
What's new in this version: Ensure all files we process have timestamps rounded to match exactly.
OSJava, Linux, Mac OS, Unix, Windows
DeveloperCanadian Mind Products
Updated16 Mar 2017
Downloads1,446 (1 last week)
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