I have posted new releases of WCopyfind: Version 4.1.4 and Copyfind: Version 4.1.4. These versions fix a bug that caused WCopyfind to hang during loading if the html file it is loading has certain errors in its structure (e.g., a comment that never ends or a &xxx; character that has no final semicolon before the end of file).
I have posted a new release of WCopyfind: Version 4.1.3. This version fixes a bug that caused WCopyfind to crash if a document file could not be opened or had other access/loading issues. WCopyfind now provides a reasonable error message instead.
It has taken forever, but I have finally released the command-line version of this software, Copyfind.4.1.2. This software is still windows-based, meaning that it will only run under windows. However, it runs in a console window and reads its commands from the console input. That means it is scriptable — you can write a script-based program to do fancy comparisons between all sorts of collections of documents. It uses the same comparison engine as WCopyfind, but it is much more flexible than WCopyfind and can be used for serious research work.
I have posted a new release of WCopyfind: Version 4.1.2.
This version fixes a long-standing bug in the hash coding algorithm that decreased its performance slightly but probably caused no observable effects. Thanks for find it, Joe!