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bin+lib quickdash

A modern alternative to QuickSFV using Rust

6 releases

0.6.1 Jun 28, 2023
0.6.0 Feb 13, 2022
0.5.7 Sep 15, 2021
0.5.6 Jul 28, 2021
0.5.5 Jun 25, 2021

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QuickDash Rust codecov

A modern alternative to QuickSFV using Rust. It's supports BLAKE3 and BLAKE2 hashes, CRC32, MD5, SHA1, SHA2, SHA3, xxHash

Note: the old name quick_dash is no longer in use, if anyone wants it feel free to take it on crates.io


Benchmarks were performed under Windows 10 with Ryzen 5 1600. For benchmarking the program hyperfine was used. It was checking the hashed the source code of the QuickDash.

Benchmark #1: quickdash.exe -a CRC32 --verify -f TEST.sfv
  Time (mean ± σ):      10.7 ms ±   2.9 ms    [User: 12.8 ms, System: 3.2 ms]
  Range (min … max):     9.5 ms …  23.3 ms    233 runs

Benchmark #2: quicksfv.exe TEST.sfv
  Time (mean ± σ):      83.7 ms ±  16.0 ms    [User: 30.9 ms, System: 28.0 ms]
  Range (min … max):    63.8 ms … 117.4 ms    31 runs


There are two ways of doing that. You can A) Get a binary from crates.io with command cargo install quickdash B) Get a already compiled binary from GitHub, which features Windows, Mac, Linux builds.


Well, just download the source code, then go to the cloned repo, and write cargo build --release


This program is licensed under Apache License 2.0 license.


I would like to say thanks to the Timo and all future contributors to this project.


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