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Restart WSGI server on code changes

Project description


Restart wsgi server on Python code changes. Works on Windows and Linux.

Installation and usage


pip install reloadex

Install from git:

pip install

Given example Flask application.

from flask import Flask
app = Flask(__name__)

def hello_world():
    return 'Hello, World!'

def main():

if __name__ == "__main__":

To run this app with reloader specify module name, filename or command. Following invocations are supported:

reloadex my_app:main
reloadex --cmd "python"
reloadex --cmd python
reloadex --uwsgi "uwsgi --http :9090 --lazy-apps --enable-threads --master --workers 1 --wsgi-file"

Using python module invocation also works:

python -m reloadex

Reloader uses current working directory as root: there it looks for .reloadignore and recursively watches all subdirectories. If .reloadignore is not found, reloads happen on *.py file changes.

Getting source for local development

git clone
cd reloadex
pip install -e .

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