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Provides easy way to reload you server on code changes or another events

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Server Reloader

It is common task in all web frameworks — to provide an easy way to reload development
server on code changes. Most of these frameworks are carrying a reloader's code with
themselves. And there isn't any python module, simple enougth to use in a small project.

Some times ago, I started to write a chat bot called [TheBot][] and begun to look for
a separate server reloader's implementation. And found nothing suitable.

Then, I extracted autoreloader from the Django's codebase and put it into a separate
module, which README you are reading now. Code was partly modified, now it allows
not only to watch on file changes but also to reload upon a some event.

Reload on some event is a quite useful feature for [TheBot][], because now he can update
himself on a push to the GitHub. A pseudocode for this procedure will look like:

def on_push_to_the_github_master_branch():

And I don't need an external watcher to run bot, because now he uses [server-reloader][].

Example usage

Here is a simple example, how to use a reloader.

def run_server():
"""Some function, which creates and runs your server."""

def main():
before_reload=lambda: print('Reloading code…')

if __name__ == '__main__':

If you want to trigger code reloading on some custom event, then just do:

from server_reloader import trigger_reload


Many thanks to original authors of the autoreloader, I took as the basis.


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