FSLogger v.2.1

FSLogger 2.1 is designed as a comprehensive file system change logger that can

FSLogger 2.1 is designed as a comprehensive ...

  • FSLogger
  • 2.1
  • Amit Singh
  • Mac OS X
  • GPL
  • 24 Kb
  • 11

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