guard(1) -- Guard keeps an eye on your file modifications.
Guard is a command line tool that easily handle events on files modifications.
Starts Guard. This is the default command if none is provided.
The following options are available:
Clears the Shell after each change.
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.
Runs Guard in debug mode.
Runs only the groups specified.
Specify the directory to watch.
Specify a Guardfile by giving its path.
Add the requested guard's default Guardfile configuration to the current Guardfile.
Lists guards that can be used with the
List defined groups and guards for the current Guardfile.
-h: List all of Guard's available commands.
[bundle exec] guard [start] --watchdir ~/dev --guardfile ~/env/Guardfile --clear --group backend frontend --notify false --debug
or in a more concise way:
[bundle exec] guard [start] -w ~/dev -G ~/env/Guardfile -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
This manual has been written by Remy Coutable.