Re: works, but...

From: Lukas Jelinek - AIKEN <>
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 22:06:09 +0100

I have announced the current schedule for inotify-cxx 0.8.0 and incron
0.6.0 (February 15th, March 15th respectively). Tabs as whitespaces will
be accepted (more precisely, whitespaces will comply RFC 2234) in the
new version as you can see at the "Proposed incrontab format" news article.



> Thanks, Lukas, incron works for me! (Ubuntu server 7.10)
> It's not useful because recursive watches are not yet supported, but I
> can wait for that. When that is ready, it will be easy to sync
> maildirs using, for example, isync, and to keep fileservers in sync
> using unison with the "-path" option. I'm planning to keep two
> replicas of two fileservers in sync using unison, but currently new or
> modified files need one hour to pop up in the other location. incron
> can change all that - there is much promise.
> Btw, the files in /etc/incron.d/ are immediately recognized, good! But
> could you please accept tabs as whitespace as well? I am used to using
> tabs to delemit columns in configuration files, but incrond does not
> recognize that (version 0.5.5). When I converted the tabs to spaces,
> it worked.
> Regards, Evert Mouw
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