Martin Blapp wrote:
> Hi,
> > As the kqueue paper points out, /dev/imon is less efficient that
> > the kqueue equivalent.
> Of course. But it sucks adding kqueue support to all programs which already
> use imon support.
> I'll do this now for the fam port. Any other programs out there which use
> /dev/imon directly ?
> That means fam will soon support kqueue to monitor files and not use polling
> mode anymore.

See It built around
kqueue(8) and already has enough functionality to satisfy Nautilus.
Unfortunately, I've lost interest to this one, but could give you
access to the project if you want to pick it up.


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