REQ: Make a daemon of theme watch #26

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hsleewis opened this Issue Mar 9, 2013 · 3 comments

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hsleewis commented Mar 9, 2013

Hi All,

Would anyone like it if "theme watch" had a daemon version?
I'm thinking about:

  • theme watch start
  • theme watch display
  • theme watch stop

What do you think?

Cheers,

Harold

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What's the reasoning behind wanting to do it this way?

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jduff commented Mar 11, 2013

What's the reasoning behind wanting to do it this way?

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Oops, missed this one, well right now I leave a terminal window open or run it inside a screen, running it in the background would seem a bit more logical to me :)

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hsleewis commented Mar 13, 2013

Oops, missed this one, well right now I leave a terminal window open or run it inside a screen, running it in the background would seem a bit more logical to me :)

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I personally like it in its own window so you can easy see errors and what's going on. As long as it wasn't jammed in with the existing code I wouldn't be opposed to it though. Keep it separate and opt in and I'm game.

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jduff commented May 14, 2013

I personally like it in its own window so you can easy see errors and what's going on. As long as it wasn't jammed in with the existing code I wouldn't be opposed to it though. Keep it separate and opt in and I'm game.

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