This is the Windows app named Watchdog whose latest release can be downloaded as 2.2.1.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Python API library and shell utilities to monitor file system events. A simple program that uses watchdog to monitor directories specified as command-line arguments and logs events generated. Watchdog comes with an optional utility script called watchmedo. Please type watchmedo --help at the shell prompt to know more about this tool. You can use the shell-command subcommand to execute shell commands in response to events. watchmedo can read tricks.yaml files and execute tricks within them in response to file system events. Tricks are actually event handlers that subclass watchdog.tricks.Trick and are written by plugin authors. Trick classes are augmented with a few additional features that regular event handlers don't need. The directory containing the tricks.yaml file will be monitored. Each trick class is initialized with its corresponding keys in the tricks.yaml file as arguments and events are fed to an instance of this class as they arrive.
- You can use the shell-command subcommand to execute shell commands in response to events
- A cross-platform API
- A shell tool to run commands in response to directory changes
- Directory monitoring made easy
- You can use pip to install watchdog quickly and easily
- Works on 3.6+
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