FSMonitor macOS | 10 MB
FSMonitor is a macOS app that monitors all changes in the file system


– Track all changes to the file system, including file creation, deletion, change of content, renames, and change of attributes.
– Examine the changed files with any of the four provided display modes.
– Inspector to display the exact kind of change.
– Filter the list of changed files by path or event category.
– Reveal changed files in Finder or Terminal
– Clean and reload the displayed file system events.

Requirements: Intel, 64-bit processor OS X 10.11 or later
Home Pagehttp://fsmonitor.com/





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  1. Darklocq

    Not working in MacOS 10.13. The patched app will start, but then cannot proceed while trying to install its privileged helper app. Even if you go do all the necessary steps yourself via Terminal, including copying the helper, com.tristan.fseventstool, from the app’s Library folder into /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/, then creating and starting a LaunchDaemon for it, the app still will not work. It is permanently stuck thinking it needs to install its helper app, yet is unable to do so (error: “The operation couldn’t be completed. (CFErrorDomainLaunchd error 4.)” Running the app as root doesn’t get around the problem.

  2. Darklocq

    Apparent workaround: Re-extract it all, and install and run the original, unpatched app, once. Allow it to write a new keyring entry, then it should be able to install its helper app. After that is done, quit out of it, and then do the patch. Probably also remove the com.tristan keyring entry it created. The app is now working. However, it still says it’s a 15-day demo. I can’t tell yet whether the crack fixes this, or if it’ll actually count down to a dead app when the 15 days are up, so I’m not certain this is a complete workaround.

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