This utility clones, exports, and/or imports file and directory timestamps.
timeclone [-v] [-e | -i] [-r] source target Options: -v Verbose mode; prints status. -e Export mode; target is a .timeclone file. -i Import mode; source must be a .timeclone file. -r Recursive mode; processes directory trees.
For more information, please consult the
readme.txt file found inside the package.
TimeClone could be used after a copy operation to ensure that the timestamps of the copied directory structures match those of the source (if the copy was not performed using vcopy).
A recursive timestamp export of a directory tree could, when diff'ed against earlier exports, provide a quick way to track changes within a directory tree. Although a comparison of a full checksum export (such as those produced using HashCheck) would be a more thorough and reliable way to detect changes, timestamp exports are much quicker to generate.
Windows 2000 (or newer) is required.
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