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package File::Find::Duplicates; =head1 NAME File::Find::Duplicates - Find duplicate files =head1 SYNOPSIS use File::Find::Duplicates; my %dupes = find_duplicate_files('/basedir'); local $" = "\n "; foreach my $filesize (keys %dupes) { print "Duplicate files of size $filesize:\n @{$dupes{$filesize}}\ +n"; } =head1 DESCRIPTION This module provides a way of finding duplicate files on your system. When passed a base directory (or list of such directories) it returns a hash, keyed on filesize, of lists of the identical files of that siz +e. =head1 TODO Provide some much more useful interfaces to this. =head1 AUTHOR Tony Bowden, =head1 SEE ALSO File::Find =cut use vars qw($VERSION @ISA @EXPORT %files); require Exporter; @ISA = qw/Exporter/; @EXPORT = qw/find_duplicate_files/; $VERSION = '0.02'; use strict; use File::Find; use Digest::MD5; sub check_file { -f && push @{$files{(stat(_))[7]}}, $File::Find::name; } sub find_duplicate_files { my %dupes; find(\&check_file, shift || "."); foreach my $size (sort {$b <=> $a} keys %files) { next unless @{$files{$size}} > 1; my %md5; foreach my $file (@{$files{$size}}) { open(FILE, $file) or next; binmode(FILE); push @{$md5{Digest::MD5->new->addfile(*FILE)->hexdigest}},$file; } foreach my $hash (keys %md5) { push @{$dupes{$size}}, @{$md5{$hash}} if (@{$md5{$hash}} > 1); } } return %dupes; } "dissolving ... removing ... there is water at the bottom of the ocean +";

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