- adds --delim for delimited output similar to what you get in DirMaster's batch processing. Combine with --columns to choose fields and field order. Defaults to ", " for a .csv style list. You can use "\t" for tab delimited. Examples:
dm --delim --columns bytes,name,xxh32 *.d64 dm --delim "\t" --columns file,index,name -R .
(feature request from dlh)
adds file as a column choice
adds xxHash32 and xxHash64 as column choices for all your deduplication and other perverse hashing projects.
ascii output no longer emits transcoded newlines
path/files are no longer output again for subdirs and archive containers.