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Guard is a command line tool to easily handle events on file system modifications.
A Guard for nanoc
The Listen gem listens to file modifications and notifies you about the changes.
The Swiss Army knife for automated Jasmine specs in your console.
A thorough inotify wrapper for Ruby using FFI.
Guard::RSpec automatically run your specs (much like autotest)
Guard for rails_best_practices, a code metric tool to check the quality of rails code.
Guard::Minitest automatically run your tests (much like autotest)
wrapper for popular notification libs
Guard::Cucumber automatically run your features (much like autotest)
Test helper for testing Guard plugins
Guard extension to run cli processes
Watch haml files with guard
Guard::LiveReload automatically reload your browser when 'view' files are modified.
Guard::Zeus automatically starts and stops Zeus, and, through Guard, runs your tests when your files change.
Guard::Brakeman allows you to automatically run Brakeman tests when files are modified.
Guard::Spring automatically runs RSpec with Spring.
guard gem for delayed_job
Simple guard library that syncs local directories with S3 as files are changed.
Guard::Test automatically run your tests (much like autotest)
A Guard plugin for smarter Jekyll builds
Run and restart go programs when changed
Guard::Annotate automatically runs the annotate gem when needed
Guard::Ronn automatically builds manuals.
Guard plugin for RuboCop
Guard::Passenger automatically restarts passenger when needed
Guard::CoffeeScript automatically compiles your CoffeeScripts