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DaemonFS Portable 1.1 Development Test 1

Application: DaemonFS
Category: Utilities
Description: DaemonFS is a real time file monitoring software. This tool lets you track modifications to your files. Every time a file gets modified, a notification launched from the tray icon appears. This software may be used for reverse engineering, hard disk usage tracking, software analysis and more... It‘s free and open source!

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[4.6MB download / 13.3MB installed] (MD5: 39c92758b5272ff85be27275be667610)

Release Notes:
Development Test 1 (2012-04-17): Initial release

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This is a file/directory

This is a file/directory monitoring utility that does not require admin rights and will greatly help with the PortableApp creation process. It has the ability to check modified items in APPDATA, USERPROFILE, or any other folder. Best of all, it's cross-platform and open source.

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Really nice!

This is really nice, thanks for sharing!
A quick question: is there a way to let it use enviromental variables (like you already mentioned)?
Since I can only seem get to use hardcoded paths...
It'd be nice if you could set "the paths that frequently apps use" once and then never have to edit it again Smile

Yes, I set the working directory!

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Afraid not, I posted that

Afraid not, I posted that since they were common paths developers used. Sorry.

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Exactly!

That's why I wanted to be able to monitor these common paths, since I like to make apps portable as easy as possible for myself.
I'm going to send the developers of the app an email, to suggest this option. Maybe also the option to save the paths in an .ini, so that you don't have to type it all again when you start the program. "You'll Never Know Unless You Ask" is my motto Smile

edit: It's open source, I know, but I don't think anyone else is going to work on this, so I'm going to email the developers anyway.

Yes, I set the working directory!

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