fsniper 1.3.1-0ubuntu5 source package in Ubuntu


fsniper (1.3.1-0ubuntu5) disco; urgency=medium

  * d/p/union_wait.patch: Fix FTBFS against glibc 2.24+ by using int instead
    of removed union wait type.

 -- Logan Rosen <email address hidden>  Wed, 09 Jan 2019 21:23:30 -0500

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Logan Rosen on 2019-01-10
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fsniper_1.3.1.orig.tar.gz 276.1 KiB e65a34221fc05eb7ececcd2fb783e3418de032f89082e09be3a8f75f6b056e6b
fsniper_1.3.1-0ubuntu5.debian.tar.xz 4.7 KiB 5d6b62ced06049dcf6100f750bedc5986f5d751b6b35b0fe17add5393f166b39
fsniper_1.3.1-0ubuntu5.dsc 1.5 KiB 5416854abb53a686f58a714541ad55d77b7c9c698cbdaf3c60183e8b359af191

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fsniper: Monitors for new files and runs a rule based task

 fsniper is a tool that monitors a given set of directories for new
 files and, based on the new file's type or name, invokes a custom
 command on it.
 Common uses include making a single drop directory for all things from a
 web browser or having semi-intelligent scripts which figure out what
 to do with those files.
 This package comes with no generic rules, so you must write
 them yourself.

fsniper-dbgsym: debug symbols for fsniper