fswatch 1.14.0+repack-13build1 source package in Ubuntu


fswatch (1.14.0+repack-13build1) focal; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for libgcc-s1 package name change.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Tue, 24 Mar 2020 15:04:01 +0100

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fswatch_1.14.0+repack.orig.tar.xz 206.2 KiB 2cf2b677d65a3c92bf7a3bbdd77b13a7e8f745e8cbd8cd6f7fc1ec61b2fa7ba2
fswatch_1.14.0+repack-13build1.debian.tar.xz 5.3 KiB ffb70386ca272f1f6015534f82afbf77fa16f43143a76f266f3b2843d33aecb9
fswatch_1.14.0+repack-13build1.dsc 1.9 KiB 5b427a83c2888e770e32248d7e8b036b96f46af525c4b2b0d0fa4ad8d03119eb

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fswatch: file change monitor based on inotify

 fswatch is a file change monitor that receives notifications when the contents
 of the specified files or directories are modified. fswatch implements the
 following kinds of monitors:
  * A monitor based on the File System Events API of Apple OS X.
  * A monitor based on kqueue, an event notification interface introduced in
    FreeBSD 4.1 and supported on most *BSD systems (including OS X).
  * A monitor based on inotify, a Linux kernel subsystem that reports file
    system changes to applications.
  * A monitor based on File Events Notification, a Solaris/Illumos kernel API
    that reports file events.
  * A monitor which periodically stats the file system, saves file modification
    times in memory and manually calculates file system changes, which can work
    on any operating system where stat (2) can be used.
 fswatch should build and work correctly on any system shipping either of the
 aforementioned APIs

fswatch-dbgsym: debug symbols for fswatch