This django's app is a command-line tool to watch a web app files modification.
It stores files description in database. It provides no view or form.

Typical usage

1. Execute "manage.py filewatch --add path" to add files in path to watchlist
    May be a single file. If path is a directory, it will add files in path
    in watchlist if they have a .py, .php, .php4, .php5, .html or .js extension.
2. Add "manage.py filewatch --email" as a cronjob. If one or more file has been modifed,
    it will sends a report by email to settings.ADMINS
If you update files intentionnaly, you will have to execute
"manage.py filewatch --update path" to update file signatures.
Elsewhere, you may keep receiving alert reports.
Reports are saved in database too. See management/commands/filewatch.py
docstring for more options (update, list, remove, clear etc)

command options

without option
    to build and save report
    prints report to console (standard output)

    sends report by email to settings.ADMINS

--add path
    add a path to watch list, either single file
    or any .php(4|5)? .py .html .js within path
--update path
    update files signature within path
    same filters as -add

--remove path
    remove files in path from watch list
    (all listed files, any extension)
    prints watch list to standard output
    removes all files from watchlist

Use the settings file.

You may define an alternatve database with
FILEWATCHER_USE_DB = 'alternate_db_configuration_name'

You can also define regular expression filters to define files being added when
the add path is a folder with

FILEWATCHER_REGEX_FILTERS = ('\.py$', '\.php\d?$', '\.html?$', '\.js$',)

default is above.