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Fsniper is a directory monitor that can be used to execute predefined actions on files that enter the monitored directory. This can, for example, be used to monitor your downloads folder and sort downloaded files automatically into your file system.

Unlike cron jobs or bash scripts, fsniper uses inotify to monitor file changes. This enable it to react immediately and efficiently to changes of the file system.


fsniperAUR is available from the AUR.