Getting recursive

Not too long ago I wrote my first post about my latest hobby project, grive-daemon. I guess it's time for an update.

Just today, I merged in a branch I was working on which converts grive-daemon from C to C++ (you should now use g++ to build it) and implements recursive directory watching with inotify. This means that you should now be able to make changes anywhere within your ~/Google Drive folder or its subfolders, and the daemon will be able to see and sync those changes. This will no doubt make it many times more useful for people who have a lot of folders on Google Drive (like me).

Nothing else has been fixed or added, however. If there is something you might like to see, then go ahead and open an issue on GitHub. I can't promise I'll actually do anything about it, but the feedback would be appreciated.

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