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Re: kqueue and resource forks



There was no _intentional_ change to cause this change in behavior, but the hook locations for vnode kqueues did change in 10.6. I'll look into it, but please write a radar.

--Jim

On Sep 10, 2009, at 7:30 PM, Steve Gehrman wrote:


I'm pretty sure this worked in 10.5. One 10.6 i set kqueues to watch a file. If I modify the resource fork or add or delete the fork, the kqueue event doesn't fire and I don't get notified to update.


This is on a normal HFS+ volume, so it's not doing the ._ file

Anyone know if this was a change in 10.6? I don't remember getting bug reports for my 10.5 builds.

-steve
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