fseventer observes filesystem changes in Mac OS X

Observes filesystem changes using the same underlying API as Spotlight Provides a graphical representation of the file activity Example use could be to determine what files are changed via software installation, preferences, etc Requires admin acc…

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fseventer screenshotvia fernlightning.com

  • Observes filesystem changes using the same underlying API as Spotlight
  • Provides a graphical representation of the file activity
  • Example use could be to determine what files are changed via software installation, preferences, etc.
  • Requires admin access & will only work on Mac OS X 10.4+ i.e. “Tiger”, “Leopard”, or “Snow Leopard”

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