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iwatch-0.2.2-bp155.2.9 RPM for noarch

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Name: iwatch Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP5
Version: 0.2.2 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: bp155.2.9 Build date: Wed May 17 15:42:47 2023
Group: Productivity/Security Build host: lamb28
Size: 53755 Source RPM: iwatch-0.2.2-bp155.2.9.src.rpm
Summary: Realtime filesystem monitoring program
iWatch monitor the filesystem's integrity in realtime and will send
alarm immediately to the system administrator when there is any changes
in the monitored filesystem. iWatch is written in Perl and based on
inotify, a file change notification system, a kernel feature that
allows applications to request the monitoring of a set of files against
a list of events.

Currently it can:

- run in command line mode as well as in daemon mode

- using an easy xml configuration file

- can watch directory recursively and watch new created directory

- can have a list of exceptions

- can use regex to compare the file/directory name

- can execute command if an event occures

- send email

- syslog

- print time stamp






* Fri Jul 17 2015
  - Correct dependencies
* Sun Jul 12 2015
  - Use url for source
  - Reduce number of rpmlint warnings
    * summary
    * do not install /etc/ files as executeable
  - Cleanup spec file with spec-cleaner
* Sun Sep 19 2010
  - Update to version 0.2.2:
    + Fix the bug where the file being watched contains one of the
      formats available for substitution.
    + Watch the renamed/moved directory properly. In the previous
      version, after a directory was moved/renamed, iwatch used the
      old name if an event occurs.
    + Fix unnecessary watching of create event. In the previous
      version, create event was watched although it is not specified.
    + Add a functionality to specify the charset in command line mode
      (using option -C charset) and in daemon mode (as attribute in
      config tag)
    + Add a functionality to reload the configuration file using the
      SIGHUP signal.
* Thu Mar 22 2007
  - update to version 0.2.1
    * option -X added (exception with regular expression)
    * new string formats in command option
    * send email for all defined events
* Tue Mar 06 2007
  - initial package build



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