[ProAudio] MD5 programs for Mac OS 10.15 and later on M1

Scott Dorsey kludge at panix.com
Mon Jan 16 13:41:16 PST 2023

The -c option will verify but if you REALLY want to, you can use diff
for that.

If you want to go through a list of files and do all of them, that's
two more lines....

for i in $(ls *.wav); do
  md5 $i > $i.md5

and you can do whatever else you want in there as well, including
comparisons.  It's like having a real computer.  No clicking on silly
gui buttons that do something that someone else programmed them to do.
With the shell you do whatever YOU want to do.

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