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Hard-Link Creation

Create one or more hard links, which are the Windows equivalent to UNIX links.


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  • Last Updated: Nov 13, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 2000/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Hard-Link Creation is a System Utilities software developed by Synesis Software Pty Ltd. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Hard-Link Creation:

Edit by Brothersoft: Create one or more hard links, which are the Windows equivalent to UNIX links. Only operating systems in the Windows NT family from Windows 2000 and above support them. You specify a source file or wildcards, and Link(s) to it/them are made in the destination directory. If no destination is specified, the local directory is assumed.

Note: The way links are made in Win32 is to the file blocks, not to the names. This means that if you make a hard link and then subsequently save one or the other paths of the link, and your editor overwrites saved files rather than opening the existing file for writing - which most do - then the link will be broken, and you'll have two independent files again. One will contain the original contents prior to the save, and the other will contain the new contents. This can be quite confounding, and renders the Win32 links as usable only for files that will not change.

USAGE 1: hardlink []

- the source, either a single file, or wildcards
- destination file, or directory. Current directory assumed if not specified
Creates hard link(s) from the to the

USAGE 2: hardlink -?

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