fwtchrq is a command-line tool, based on the Epeios framework, which watches files and directories from a given path and reports their modifications.
Besides files modifications, it also reports moving, renaming, creation and deletion of directories.
It's written in C++ and makes use of task parallelism to be as fast as possible, notably when exploring the content of a directory and its sub-directories.
It uses only system and C/C++ standard libraries, so it doesn't need third party components. It can run on GNU/Linux (and probably most POSIX-compliant operating systems), OS X and Windows, natively on IA-32, AMD64 and ARM architectures.
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