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Run commands when files change

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watch-fs is a command line tool to run commands when files change.

Usage

watch-fs will watch any number of directories and files, and run a command when any of them are changed. By default, watch-fs will watch the current directory.

Usage: watch-fs [OPTIONS] COMMAND

Options:
  -d, --directory DIRECTORY  A directory to watch for file changes - can be
                             used multiple times, and defaults to the current
                             directory.
  -c, --clear                Clear the terminal before running the command
  -w, --wait FLOAT           A minium wait before running the command again,
                             in seconds
  -v, --verbose              -v prints commands before running, and -vv shows
                             debug information

Installation

I recommend you use pipsi to install watch-fs in it’s own virtualenv and link it from ~/.local/bin:

pipsi install watch-fs

Alternatively, you can install system-wide using pip:

pip install watch-fs

Licence

watch-fs is licensed under the MIT Licence.

Author

watch-fs was written by Sam Clements.

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