cpx - A cli tool to watch and copy file globs.

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Copy file globs, watching for changes. This module provides a CLI tool like cp, but with watching.



co : ^4.6.0
debounce : ^1.1.0
debug : ^3.1.0
duplexer : ^0.1.1
fs-extra : ^6.0.1
glob : ^7.1.2
glob2base : 0.0.12
minimatch : ^3.0.4
resolve : ^1.8.1
safe-buffer : ^5.1.2
shell-quote : ^1.6.1
subarg : ^1.0.0



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