Note concerning wildcards and monitor:
* You can use wildcards to specify your input path for monitored inputs. Use
"..." for recursive directory matching and "" for wildcard matching in a
single directory segment.
* "..." recurses through directories. This means that /foo/.../bar matches
foo/1/bar, foo/1/2/bar, etc.
* You can use multiple "..." specifications in a single input path. For
* The asterisk () matches anything in a single path segment; unlike "...", it
does not recurse. For example, /foo//bar matches the files
/foo/1/bar, /foo/2/bar, etc. However, it does not match
/foo/bar or /foo/1/2/bar.
A second example: /foo/m*r/bar matches /foo/mr/bar, /foo/mir/bar,
/foo/moor/bar, etc. It does not match /foo/mi/or/bar.
* You can combine "" and "..." as needed: foo/.../bar/* matches any file in
the bar directory within the specified path.