fsnotify

Cross platform library for file change notification. https://github.com/haskell-fswatch/hfsnotify

Version on this page:0.1.0.3
LTS Haskell 12.22:0.3.0.1
Stackage Nightly 2018-12-10:0.3.0.1
Latest on Hackage:0.3.0.1

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BSD3 licensed by Mark Dittmer, Niklas Broberg
Maintained by Tom McLaughlin

Module documentation for 0.1.0.3

hfsnotify Linux and Mac build Status Windows build status

Unified Haskell interface for basic file system notifications.

This is a library. There are executables built on top of it.

Requirements

Windows

compile with -fthreaded

Changes

Changes

Version 0.3.0.0

API breaking update with a number of bugfixes and improvements.

  • Now we can detect directory creation/deletion. A boolean flag has been added to Event to indicate if the event pertains to a directory or not. This is the only API change.
  • Test stability improvements + CI test suites now passing on Windows, Linux, and Mac.
  • Interpreting OSX hfsevents flags is more sane now (see comments in OSX.hs for details).
  • Improve a race condition when adding watches on Linux.
  • Improve robustness of the PollManager.
  • Fix double call to closeHandle on Windows.
  • Remove comments about locking from the documentation.

Version 0.2.1.2

Update to the new hinotify API (v0.3.10)

Version 0.2.1.1

Catch IO exceptions when initialising inotify on Linux

Version 0.2.1

Don’t use system-filepath

Version 0.2

Use filepath instead of deprecated system-filepath

Version 0.1.0.3

  • Fix the tests

Version 0.1.0.2

  • Restore compatibility with GHC 7.4
  • Fix a bug in treeExtAny, which previously work identically to treeExtExists
  • Improve documentation

Version 0.1.0.1

Include CHANGELOG.md and README.md in the source distribution.

Version 0.1

  • Allow to stop a listening job. Note this changes the return type of watching functions from () to IO ().
  • Previously, some care was taken to prevent multiple callbacks from running simultaneously. It is now the user’s responsibility. See #43 for details.
  • Previously, paths returned to callbacks were relative on Windows. Now they are absolute, like on the other platforms.
  • The WatchConfig type has changed. Previously, it only specified debouncing parameters. Now it also contains polling parameters.
  • The isPollingManager function is added to determine, at runtime, whether the polling implementation is used.
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