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    Hey guys,
    I am developing a p2p network for my final year thesis and need some help. I would like to create a folder in Windows where all files moved into it will be put on the p2p network automatically by Java. Do you know whether I can do this in Java or do I have to use another language to do so? Thanks in advance for all your help (which would be greatly appreciated :D).

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    Define "p2p network". What exactly do you want to happen when a file is "put on" to it?

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    My idea is that when a file is put in that specific folder, the file will be replicated over other peers in a P2P network. The P2P overlay network will be DHT-based.

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    My idea is that when a file is put in that specific folder, the file will be replicated over other peers in a P2P network. The P2P overlay network will be DHT-based.

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    You can write Java code to monitor a folder if you want. I think there's even something coming in 1.7 that will do this for you without having to write a thread for yourself.

    On change it would then call your p2p stuff.

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