## Changelog for linux-inotify-0.3.0.2

Version 0.3.0.1: (2015-11-20)

• getEventNonBlocking and peekEventNonBlocking now raise an IOException when they are called on an inotify descriptor that has been closed and have an empty buffer, instead of returning Nothing. This is more in line with the behavior of other IO functions such as Data.ByteString.hGetNonBlocking.

• Attempted to improve documentation.

Version 0.3.0.0: (2015-11-20)

• Use-after-close now result in exceptions rather than undefined behavior.

• All functions are now (intended to be) thread-safe.

• Masked async exceptions during a buffer fill, which could otherwise have resulted in losing an entire buffer of events. In particularly unlucky cases, it might have been possible that futher use of the buffer could have resulted in memory faults.

• Masked async exceptions when closing a descriptor, which could otherwise have resulted in leaking an inotify file descriptor.