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A sole entrepreneur from Ukraine, who is turning his hobby, development for the iPhone, into sustainable business. Recently I quitted my job to dedicate myself to this business. More about me http://w7software.com/Site/About.html.


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accepted Account on Mac restored from Time Machine has FileVault turned off
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comment Account on Mac restored from Time Machine has FileVault turned off
Thanks for your answer and comments.
Oct
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comment Account on Mac restored from Time Machine has FileVault turned off
I only care if my stolen mac has FileVault on or off...
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asked Account on Mac restored from Time Machine has FileVault turned off
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accepted How force launchd not to look into subfolders with QueueDirectories parameter in launchd.plist
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comment How force launchd not to look into subfolders with QueueDirectories parameter in launchd.plist
I am stupid. When you gave reply, it became obvious. Everything works just fine now. And should add, that script is triggered only once. Changes to the watched folder made when process is already running do not trigger process again, doesn't matter changes made by running process itself or by other processes. Last is not a problem. To process later added files script has to issue find command again and again until list of files is empty. Thanks a lot for your help!
Sep
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comment How force launchd not to look into subfolders with QueueDirectories parameter in launchd.plist
QueueDirectories parameter of launchd.plist file runs script when this folder is empty. Do you know the way how make launchd ignore subdirectories of QueueDirectories?
Sep
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comment How force launchd not to look into subfolders with QueueDirectories parameter in launchd.plist
@Patrix, real names really don't matter. Everything work as supposed. I only want find a way to run script if there are any files on first level of my queued directory, not in subdirectories. Many Apple's examples of FolderActions with AppleScripts put results into subfolders, and I find this convenient. I drag files into folder, wait a minute and see results in Processed subfolder. What may be easier for user?
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asked How force launchd not to look into subfolders with QueueDirectories parameter in launchd.plist
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