Bryan O'Sullivan wrote:
Dirkjan Ochtman wrote:
On the other hand, we don't have to run our own daemon, which is
something of an
advantage and makes a lot of things easier.
Both inotify and FSEvents *require* a persistent process to receive
notifications. I'm sure the Windows API does, too.
The advantage of the FSEvents API is that we *don't* need a persistent
process to receive notifications :)
If we're reading raw events from the /dev/fsevents, then we'd need a