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Generate Audit Logs from file system events using a FileSystemWatcher
dynamically loads an object from a serialized file with System.IO.FileSystemWatcher
A set of reactive/observable wrappers around the FileSystemWatcher.
Provides interfaces for types in System.IO.FileSystem.Watcher: FileSystemWatcher.
Reliable, real-time file system monitoring with an intuitive API that developers everywhere love.
AdvancedFileSystemWatcher try to resolve FileSystemWatcher changed event from raising multiple times by adding detailed information(BeginWrite/EndWrite) in Changed handler.
void watcher_Changed(object sender, SoftMade.FileSystemEventArgs e)
if (e.ChangeType ==...
Topshelf.FileSystemWatcher wraps the .NET FileSystemWatcher class behind a configurator, to make it possible to easily listen for FileSystem change events whithin your Topshelf Service.
A Win32 Implementation of a DirWatcher, which should avoid typical problems with the native .NET FileSystemWatcher
A netstandard2.0 Zip utility to perform a very simple log4net file rotation.
The code perform a zip-compression on every log-rotated file and delete it, watching on log4net output directory reading settings of appenders.
A fast and reliable, (non blocking!), .NET File/Directory watcher, complete rewrite of FileSystemWatcher to ensure speed/acuracy/reliability/suppress duplicate events
- .NET Framework 4.5.2+
- .NET Framework 4.6.2+
- .NET Standard 2.0+
- .NET Core 3.0+
An EnhancedFileSystemWatcher, which can be used to suppress duplicate events that fire on a single change to the file.
A file system watcher, used in ImageGlass project (https://imageglass.org). This project is based on the VSCode FileWatcher: https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode-filewatcher-windows.
detect directory change and return renamed, moved, created, and deleted files. Able to spot renamed files without hashcode comparing or real time tracking.
A System.IO.FileSentry, which can be used to suppress duplicate events that fire on a single change to the file and remove event handlers during disposal.