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bubblegum

Bubblegum is a daemon written in C which watches a file's access, modification and inode change times, and MD5 checksums. It can run a command (a specified number of times) with info expansions, read files from a filelist, log to a file or syslogd, and more.

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  •  08 Oct 2002 15:41

    Release Notes: This release allows directory recursion for files specified on the command line and in a file list. A port to Solaris is also included.

    •  05 Oct 2002 20:15

      Release Notes: A better parseargv() function was written. The mailer script can now append the output of a command to the message body.

      •  30 Jul 2002 21:08

        Release Notes: Manual page updates and a couple of automake fixes.

        •  26 Jul 2002 17:51

          Release Notes: A fix for stupid use of sprintf(), causing a segfault on some systems.

          •  25 Jul 2002 18:24

            Release Notes: This release adds the process id file options -q and -p, support for checking MD5 checksums for systems with libmd, and the ability to specify BUBBLEGUM_LOG and BUBBLEGUM_PID environment variables. There are some bugfixes.

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