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FileSystemChangeNotifier Members

The following tables list the members exposed by FileSystemChangeNotifier.

 
Name 
Description 
 
This is mDirMap, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
 
mFS 
This is mFS, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
 
This is mNotifying, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
 
Name 
Description 
 
Makes sure paths going in and out of the notifier will have the same format 
 
This is called so the inherited class can do its own bookkeeping on addNotification() @note We pass the directory here, not the file 
 
Called by the inherited class to let us know a directory has changed so we can find the file which changed and notify on it 
 
This is internalProcessOnce, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
 
This is called so the inherited class can do its own bookkeeping on removeNotification() @note We pass the directory here, not the file 
 
This is process, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
 
Name 
Description 
 
This is ~FileSystemChangeNotifier, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
 
Adds a file change notification. @see FS::AddChangeNotification 
 
This is FileSystemChangeNotifier, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
 
Returns true if the notifier is enabled and file change notifications will be sent. 
 
Removes an existing file change notification. @see FS::RemoveChangeNotification 
 
This is startNotifier, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
 
This is stopNotifier, a member of class FileSystemChangeNotifier. 
Name 
Description 
This is nested type Torque::FS::FileSystemChangeNotifier::ChangeDelegate. 
This is nested type Torque::FS::FileSystemChangeNotifier::ChangeSignal. 
< map a directory to a list of files and their mod times 
This is nested type Torque::FS::FileSystemChangeNotifier::FileInfoList. 
 
Name 
Description 
 
This is record Torque::FS::FileSystemChangeNotifier::FileInfo. 
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