Treewatch 1.3.3

A tool that watches a directory for a specified type of file to change
Treewatch is a simple program to watch a set of directories and execute a program when there is a change in the files within the directories.

If run with no options it will watch the current directory for changes in .c, .cpp and .h files and execute /usr/bin/make on changes.

This example will run /bin/echo with the options "hello world" when files with ending .txt are modified in the current directory.:

treewatch -c /bin/echo -o "hello world" -f .txt

The source is also available as a Mercurial repository at http://hg.atchoo.org/treewatch. To get a copy use "hg clone http://hg.atchoo.org/treewatch".

Treewatch is licensed under the GNU GPL v3.

last updated on:
November 19th, 2008, 10:28 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Roger Light
homepage:
atchoo.org
license type:
GPL v3 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Monitoring

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