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NAME

       $HOME/.config/fsniper/config  - user configuration file for fsniper

DESCRIPTION

       This  file  is  read  by  fsniper(1)  when  launched.  It  is a C-style
       configuration file.

       It begins with a watch section.

       Then, each subsection is a directory to watch.

       Under that, each subsection is a filter  for  file  to  apply  a  rule.
       There are 2 types of filters:

       MIME-Type filters
           image/* will apply the rule only on images image/png will apply the
           rule only on png images

       Name filters

           Wildcards
               *name* Match on name with regular  wildcard.  Or  on  extension
               (*.jpg for example)

           Regular Expressions
               /regex/ Match on name with the regex given.

       The last section is the start of the rule, and its format is:
           handler = command to apply

           The command can be any shell command.  To get the file name, use %%

           Example:
               handler = echo %%

SEE ALSO

       /usr/share/doc/fsniper/examples/example.conf,
       <http://code.l3ib.org/?p=fsniper.git;a=blob_plain;f=doc/doc.txt>,
       fsniper(1)

AUTHOR

       This     manual     page     was     written     by   Tanguy   Herrmann
       <dolanor@evereska.org>, for the Ubuntu GNU/Linux  system  (but  may  be
       used by others).