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Filesystem Changes Monitor (FSCM) 0.1

19 September 2008 Leave a comment

The filesystem changes monitor (fscm) is a systray applet which allows you to inspect a set of filesystem entities for changes. when any change is detected, it changes its appearance.
it’s the ideal companion for a quality assurance engineer who wants to be notified upon the creation of new memory dumps/exceptions stacks/logs updates/etc.

It has hit the svn yesterday. It’s available for download from assembla.com. As usual, it is licensed under the GPL.

It uses icons found on the net (no license found for these icons), a systray icon code based on pywin32 (found on the net this too, no license as well), and pygtk. The watchdog code is mine, I haven’t found anything suitable.

Links:

  • etools project §
  • fscm download page §
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