Provided by: shatag_0.5.0-2_all
shatagd - Automatically maintain hash tags for files in a given directory
shatagd [-druv] [-b BACKEND] [PATH]...
shatagd Is a daemon companion to shatag(1) that will monitor filesystem paths using inotify(7) and automatically recompute a tag whenever a file is written to.
-d, --daemon Daemonize. You must use absolute file paths when using this option. -r, --recursive Recursively watch sub-directories, as well as newly created directories. -u, --update Only update already tagged files. See the shatag(1) manpage for pitfalls. -v, --verbose Write to stdout the paths of files which have their tags recomputed. -b BACKEND, --backend BACKEND Backend to use. see the --backend option of shatag(1).
Recursive mode is subject to an unavoidable race condition, due to a limitation of inotify. Relative paths do not work when daemonized, only use absolute paths.
Report shatag bugs to the bugtracker at http://bitbucket.org/maugier/shatag,