treescan - Scan directory trees, list dirs/files, stat, sync, grep

Website: http://search.cpan.org/dist/IO-AIO/
License: GPL+ or Artistic
Vendor: city-fan.org repo http://www.city-fan.org/ftp/contrib/
The treescan command scans directories and their contents recursively. By
default it lists all files and directories (with trailing /), but it can
optionally do various other things.

If no paths are given, treescan will use the current directory.


treescan-4.40-1.fc23.noarch [22 KiB] Changelog by Paul Howarth (2018-02-21):
- Update to 4.4
  - New aio_slurp request
  - Add (experimental) IO::AIO::eventfd and timerfd* function
  - Add (experimental) IO::AIO::get_fdlimit and IO::AIO::min_fdlimit
  - Point out that aio_copy overwrites existing files
  - Remove filesystem magic number table from aio_statvfs docs as statvfs
    doesn't actually return this info at all (statfs does)
  - Add a bunch of (mostly linux-specific) constants for use in ioctls (see
    aio_ioctl docs)
  - treescan now has a proper manpage and useful --help output
  - New option --sync in treescan, to sync everything in a subtree
  - Changed default for aio_msync flags to MSYNC_SYNC
  - Document offset/length behaviour of mprotect/madvise
  - Support linux's renameat2 (via aio_rename2)
  - Add aio_rename2, an aio_rename with flags
  - Add F_DUPPFD_CLOEXEC, F_OFD_[SG]ETLKW? constants
  - libeio: Use posix_close if available
  - libeio: Internal close() calls no longer disturb errno
  - Update schmorp.h for removal of USE_SOCKETS_AS_HANDLES and better eventfd
- Package treescan, in its own package
- Change license to GPLV2+, since parts of libeio are GPLv2+

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