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       dirhash - Python module and CLI for hashing of file system directories.


       usage: dirhash [-h] [-v] [-a] [-m  [...]] [-i  [...]] [--empty-dirs]

       [--no-linked-dirs] [--no-linked-files] [-p
              [...]] [-c]

              [-s CHUNK_SIZE] [-j JOBS] [-l] directory

       Determine the hash for a directory.

   positional arguments:
              Directory to hash.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -v, --version
              show program's version number and exit

       -a , --algorithm
              Hashing  algorithm  to  use,  by  default  "md5". Always available: ['md5', 'sha1',
              'sha224',  'sha256',  'sha384',  'sha512'].  Additionally  available   on   current
              platform:   ['blake2b',  'blake2s',  'md4',  'md5-sha1',  'ripemd160',  'sha3_224',
              'sha3_256',  'sha3_384',  'sha3_512',  'sha512_224',   'sha512_256',   'shake_128',
              'shake_256',  'sm3', 'whirlpool']. Note that the same algorithm may appear multiple
              times   in   this   set    under    different    names    (thanks    to    OpenSSL)

   Filtering options:
              Specify what files and directories to include. All files and directories (including
              symbolic links) are included by default. The --match/--ignore arguments allows  for
              selection using glob/wildcard (".gitignore style") path matching. Paths relative to
              the root `directory` (i.e. excluding the name of the  root  directory  itself)  are
              matched  against  the provided patterns. For example, to only include python source
              files, use: `dirhash  path/to/dir  -m  "*.py"`  or  to  exclude  hidden  files  and
              directories  use:  `dirhash  path/to.dir -i ".*" ".*/"` which is short for `dirhash
              path/to.dir -m "*" "!.*" "!.*/"`. By  adding  the  --list  argument,  all  included
              paths,  for  the given filtering arguments, are returned instead of the hash value.
              For further details see

       -m     [ ...], --match  [ ...]  One or  several  patterns  for  paths  to  include.  NOTE:
              patterns  with  an  asterisk must be in quotes ("*") or the asterisk preceded by an
              escape character (\*).

       -i     [ ...], --ignore  [ ...]  One or several  patterns  for  paths  to  exclude.  NOTE:
              patterns  with  an  asterisk must be in quotes ("*") or the asterisk preceded by an
              escape character (\*).

              Include empty directories (containing no files that meet the matching criteria  and
              no non-empty sub directories).

              Do not include symbolic links to other directories.

              Do not include symbolic links to files.

   Protocol options:
              Specify  what  properties  of files and directories to include and whether to allow
              cyclic          links.          For          further          details           see

       -p     [  ...],  --properties  [ ...]  List of file/directory properties to include in the
              hash. Available properties are: ['name', 'data', 'is_link'] and  at  least  one  of
              name  and  data  must be included. Default is [data name] which means that both the
              name/paths and content (actual data) of files and directories will be included

       -c, --allow-cyclic-links
              Allow presence of cyclic  links  (by  hashing  the  relative  path  to  the  target

       Implementation options:

       -s CHUNK_SIZE, --chunk-size CHUNK_SIZE
              The chunk size (in bytes) for reading of files.

       -j JOBS, --jobs JOBS
              Number of jobs (parallel processes) to use.

   Special options:
       -l, --list
              List  the  file paths that will be taken into account, given the provided filtering


       The full documentation for dirhash is maintained as a Texinfo manual.   If  the  info  and
       dirhash programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info dirhash

       should give you access to the complete manual.