xtail-2.1: description + notes

An old favorite from comp.unix.sources, vol 7.

Description from the original shar file:
xtail watches the growth of files. It is similar to tail -f, but may watch many files at once. The syntax is:

	xtail pathname ...
xtail will monitor all the specified files and display information added to them. If you specify a directory name, xtail will watch all the files in that directory - including those created after "xtail" was started. If you give xtail a name which doesn't exist, it will watch for the creation of the named entry. My favorite usage is:

        xtail /usr/spool/uucp/.Log/*

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