If it not a big job, could someone please add sha512sum.exe
to C:\Program Files (x86)\Gpg4win\bin.
Currently it contains md5sum.exe, sha1sum.exe and sha256sum.exe.
It is getting more common to see sha512sum being used on some sites.
I use the included sum programs at the command line in Windows 7.
Try this at the prompt:
C:\Users\Owner\Documents>CertUtil -hashfile example_file.asc sha512
For the record the ticket for this is https://dev.gnupg.org/T3458 sorry I didn’t get around to it yet. I would like to use the same code for this as GnuPG does to have an optimized implementation without redundancies, so this is a slightly bigger job then just grabbing some sha256sum code from somewhere.
You can also use:
gpg --print-md sha256
But it’s clunky as it can’t check hashfiles and has a different format.
Thank you Andre. I can do it other ways manually, but having the exe files that can process hashfiles etc is a nice option that allows me to save canned commands I paste into a Take Command session.