sha1sum * >> SHA1SUMS

Generate SHA1 hash for each file in a list

Alternative command for performing an sha1 hash for a given set of files matched by a wildcard
Sample Output
4cda65fe07b185f034dd877e0837942fb032eeff  cg_cuda.cu
060f137380cfd715dc038fe2486157773d893ab2  ConjugateGradient.h
b7d927e6fd78da5ac93e924824b17f25e1a93ecd  cudasolver.cpp
a736dcc1a4a8f168000951efea0f1028d6938940  cudasolver.h
e7fc11230d14bac882ccd1d14c72c79890b650cf  cuda_support.h

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By: manny79
2010-05-05 18:14:52

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