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watchexec - Executes commands in response to file modifications

  •    Rust

watchexec is a simple, standalone tool that watches a path and runs a command whenever it detects modifications.

watchr - Better file system watching for Node

  •    Javascript

Watchr provides a normalised API the file watching APIs of different node versions, nested/recursive file and directory watching, and accurate detailed events for file/directory creations, updates, and deletions.Older environments may need Babel's Polyfill or something similar.

watchexec - Executes commands in response to file modifications

  •    Rust

watchexec is a simple, standalone tool that watches a path and runs a command whenever it detects modifications.

deadsimple-less-watch-compiler - A nodejs script that allows you to watch a folder for changes and compile the less css files into another folder

  •    Javascript

A command that watches folders(and subfolders) for file changes and automatically compile the less css files into css. This is a file system watcher and compiler. It also keep track of a dependency tree and recompiles the parent if an imported (child) LESS file is changed. Install LESS and make sure the lessc binary is accessible to the script. Installing LESS with the -g(global) flag will make the binary accessible to your system.




dogo - Monitoring changes in the source file and automatically compile and run (restart).

  •    Go

Monitoring changes in the source file and automatically compile and run (restart).WorkingDir: working directory, dogo will auto change to this directory.

owl - Automatically build/test/deploy your code

  •    Go

🚀-speed file-watcher written in Golang, Owl is mostly suitable as an automatic build/run/test tool. You can set default settings for the owl command within the folder with config file.

go-watcher - Watch your .Go files and restart your processes without any configuration hassle

  •    Go

Watcher is a command line tool inspired by fresh and used for watching .go file changes, and restarting the app in case of an update/delete/add operation. Most of the existing file watchers have a configuration burden, and even though Go has a really short build time, this configuration burden makes your binaries really hard to run right away. With Watcher, we aimed simplicity in configuration, and tried to make it as simple as possible.