guard(1) -- Guard keeps an eye on your file modifications.
Guard is a command line tool that easily handle events on files modifications.
--clear: Clears the Shell after each change.
--notify: Disable notifications (Growl or Libnotify depending on your system). Note that notifications can also be disabled globally by setting a GUARD_NOTIFY environment variable to false. The part can be passed to guard using true/false or t/f.
--group...: Runs only the groups specified.
--debug: Runs Guard in debug mode.
-h: List all of Guard's available commands.
start: Starts Guard. This is the default command if none is provided.
init[guard]: Add the requested guard's default Guardfile configuration to the current Guardfile.
-T: List defined groups and guards for the current Guardfile.
[bundle exec] guard --clear --group backend frontend --notify false --debug
or in a more concise way:
[bundle exec] guard -c -g backend frontend -n f -d
AUTHORS / CONTRIBUTORS
Thibaud Guillaume-Gentil is the main author.
A list of contributors based on all commits can be found here: https://github.com/guard/guard/contributors
For an exhaustive list of all the contributors, please see the CHANGELOG: https://github.com/guard/guard/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md