command-line utility that reports when files have been altered
This software is a client to FAM (File Alteration Monitor).
You can use fileschanged in shell scripts to take action when monitored files
become altered. In it's simplest form, you can give filenames to monitor from
standard-input, and it will report when those files have changed via
standard-output. In a more complex usage, fileschanged can monitor
command-line specified files recursively, while following symbolic links,
while staying on the current filesystem, and reporting deleted files as well
as created and changed files that haven't been written to for 2 seconds.
(from the info manual)
The fileschanged utility is a FAM (File Alteration Monitor) client. From
the command-line it monitors sets of files and shows you when they change.
You can use fileschanged in shell scripts to take action when monitored
files become altered. In it's simplest form, you can give fileschanged
filenames to monitor from stdin, and it will report when those
fileschanged for Debian
The upstream tarball of fileschanged already contained a debian/ directory.
I removed it and repacked the tarball to keep things more sane.
-- Juan A. Diaz <email@example.com> Mon, 4 Sep 2006 01:10:08 -0300
FILESCHANGED(1) User Commands FILESCHANGED(1)
fileschanged - displays altered files
fileschanged [OPTION...] [FILE]...
Monitors FILEs for alterations. Display the filenames of
FILEs that were created, changed, deleted, started execution
or finished executing.
fileschanged (0.6.5-1.2) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Fix "ftbfs with gcc-4
* Sat May 6 2006 Ben Asselstine <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- build system now allows out-
this outlines some issues with fileschanged
and some other things that need doing.
This package was debianized by Juan A. Diaz <email@example.com> on
Mon, 4 Sep 2006 01:10:08 -0300.
Browse inside fileschanged_0.6.5-1.2_s390x.deb