tracking changes to particular files and alert via mail if there are any changes. The mail should contain the name of the file, the original content and the changed content
sharma ji 2 years ago
My project has a requirement of tracking changes to particular files and alert via mail if there are any changes. The mail should contain the name of the file, the original content and the changed content. The files are stored on SUSE linux machine and we require a shell/utility to track this changes.
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