Thursday, August 21, 2014

fswatch 1.4.0 - Release Notes

fswatch 1.4.0 has been released bringing few but important updates:
  • Monitor implementations are found at runtime so no more hardcoded options to choose a specific monitor (the plugging mechanism still needs improvements).
  • The fswatch engine has been moved to a separate library called libfswatch with bindings for C and C++. If you need to use the functionality of fswatch from your program, now it's very easy to do. The library and its headers are distributed in the same fswatch bundle.
  • On OS X fswatch can now be installed from either MacPorts and Homebrew (see README for more information).

I hope you enjoy using fswatch as much as I enjoy writing it.

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