VerMap is an intuitive file management utility that compares the version of the files
(filtered, if needed) on two directory paths, and displays a list highlighting the differences.
The method of comparison is found on the assumption that the file having latest version
contains the latest data.
Once the comparison has been performed the list can be filtered.
The files are then synchronised by copying the file by file from source path to the target
to ensure that the most up-to-date copy of the files exists in both paths.
For instance, you can use this to achieve the most updated and consistent modification of your Windows operation system.
Please pay attention:
Only files having internal version resource can be compared!
As known, Windows supports version information for such file types as EXE, DLL, OCX, TLB, OLB, TTF, FON and some others.
VerMap does not compare version of files without such
version resource, e.g. text files (TXT), Winword documents (DOC, RTF), image files (BMP, GIF,
JPG), wave sounds (*.WAV) and many other formats.
In order to compare files in two folders based on size, date and binary difference you
should use some other application (e.g. FileSync of FileWare).
Yan can refer to the on-line Help.