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incron

incron is an "inotify cron" system. It works like the regular cron but is driven by filesystem events instead of time periods. It contains two programs, a daemon called "incrond" (analogous to crond) and a table manipulator "incrontab" (like "crontab").

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  •  05 Apr 2012 00:34

    Release Notes: This release adds includes to build correctly on GCC 4.4 and newer, fixes some type issues, improves the Makefile, fixes typos in various file, and implements EAGAIN in poll().

    •  22 Jun 2009 04:56

      Release Notes: Spaces in event-related file names are now handled correctly. Crashing on "incrontab --user" has been fixed. The man pages and makefile have been slightly improved.

      •  05 Jan 2009 18:49

        Release Notes: More "include" directives have been added to ensure better compiler compatibility. Help messages have been fixed. Some warnings related to unhandled failures have been fixed.

        •  04 Sep 2007 17:00

          Release Notes: Supplementary group access list initialization has been added. A few "includes" have been added due to compatibility with GCC 4.3. Manual pages now contain an explanation of used symbols.

          •  19 Apr 2007 00:52

            Release Notes: This version is based on inotify-cxx 0.7.2. It fixes compilation problems on Debian Sarge.

            Recent comments

            03 Jan 2007 17:20 florinandrei

            awesome!
            Great idea, keep up the good work. The incrontab syntax seems too obscure (like a distant relative of regex), but I'll give it a try for a while and then I'll be able to formulate a better opinion.

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