A new release of heliod is available, version 0.3.
Pre-built binaries for a few platforms are available: https://github.com/jvirkki/heliod/releases/tag/v0.3
The main driver for this release is that I needed a 64 bit build for debian, as I’ve been meaning to upgrade my server for a long while but was held back by the lack of a 64 bit Linux build in 0.2.
I’ve written a few times about dupd, my little CLI tool for finding duplicate files. It tends to perform well, which was one of the goals I had for it.
Randomly browsing the web tonight I came across this article on “What is the fastest way to find duplicate pictures?“. Nice to see the author concluded that:
"Dupd was the clear speed winner"
I’m glad it has worked well for others!
It’s unfortunate to downgrade from mercurial to git but overall should be for the better.
I have moved the heliod source code from its previous home to github here: https://github.com/jvirkki/heliod
I also copied the release-0.2 binaries (built on debian-6, Solaris 10×86 and Solaris 10 SPARC) to the github release files: https://github.com/jvirkki/heliod/releases
If for some reason you want to download the release-0.1 binaries, they are still available on sourceforge here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/heliod/files/