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FILESCHANGED(1)			 User Commands		       FILESCHANGED(1)

NAME
       fileschanged - displays altered files

SYNOPSIS
       fileschanged [OPTION...]	[FILE]...

DESCRIPTION
       Monitors	 FILEs	for  alterations.  Display the filenames of FILEs that
       were created, changed, deleted, started execution or  finished  execut-
       ing.

       -s, --show=EVENT[,...]
	      Display  created,	changed, deleted, executing, or	executed files
	      (Default is "created,changed")

       -a, --show-all
	      Display all file events and the associated action

       -f, --files-to-monitor
	      (Default)	Monitor	the FILEs on the command line

       -l, --filelist=FILE
	      Monitor the list of filenames inside FILE

       -L, --dereference
	      Don't monitor symlinks, monitor what's pointed to

       -r, --recursive
	      Monitor subdirectories of	directories

       -t, --timeout=N
	      Delay showing changed files for N	seconds	(Def=2)

       -p, --display-action
	      Display action when showing altered files

       -x, --exec=PROG
	      Run PROG when file is altered (PROG action filename)

       -?, --help
	      Give this	help list

       --usage
	      Give a short usage message

       -V, --version
	      Print program version

       FILEs must exist	when monitoring	begins,	or they	will not be monitored.

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <benasselstine@users.sf.net>.

SEE ALSO
       The full	documentation for fileschanged is maintained as	a Texinfo man-
       ual.   If  the info and fileschanged programs are properly installed at
       your site, the command

	      info fileschanged

       should give you access to the complete manual.

fileschanged 0.6.5		   July	2017		       FILESCHANGED(1)

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