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realize - Go build system with file watcher, live reload and output streams

  •    Go

Automate the most recurring operations needed for development, define what you need only one time, integrate additional tools of third party, define custom cli commands and reload projects at each file change without stop to write code.Various operations can be programmed for each project, which can be executed at startup, at stop, and at each file change.

realize - Realize is the #1 Golang Task Runner which enhance your workflow by automating the most common tasks and using the best performing Golang live reloading

  •    Go

It will create a .realize.yaml file if doesn't already exist, add the working directory as project and run your workflow. ⚠️ The additional arguments must go after the params: 💡 The start command can be used with a project from its working directory without make a config file (--no-config).

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.

spook - Lightweight programmable evented utility based on LuaJIT and ljsyscall

  •    MoonScript

Spook started out as a light weight replacement for guard but has become more than that over time. It is mostly written in MoonScript, a language that compiles to Lua - with a sprinkle of C. It's built as a single binary. The ridiculously fast LuaJIT VM is embedded and compiled with Lua 5.2 compatibility. Extensions are easily written in MoonScript, which is also part of the compiled binary. While spook may seem to be geared towards running tests in a feedback loop, there are many other potential uses. For some inspiration, check out my i3bar implementation moonbar for the i3 window manager which is also using a Spookfile but is doing something very different. Otherwise the Spookfile in this repo and the examples in the readme should point you in the right direction if you're just looking for a lightweight test feedback loop runner.




rerun - Re-run command on file system changes

  •    Go

Lightweight file-watcher that re-runs given command on FS changes. It has simple CLI and optional config file. By default, it uses 200ms delay, which gives enough time for tools like git to update all directories/files within repository before killing the old process (when you switch branches etc). You might need to download Go first.