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0.8.6 - October 17, 2011

Bug fix

  • #149: Include objects in changed_paths when Guard allows any return from the watchers. (reported by @earlonrails, fixed by @netzpirat)
  • #168: Fix guard init path to Guardfile template. (reported by @semperos)

0.8.5 - October 17, 2011

Improvements

  • reload and run_all Guard terminal interactions actions can be scoped to only run on a certain guard or group. (@thibaudgg)
  • Add cli option (-i / --no-interactions) to turn off Guard terminal interactions. (@thibaudgg)
  • Add support for Growl Notification Transport Protocol. (@netzpirat)
  • #157: Allow any return from the Guard watchers. (@earlonrails)
  • #156: Log error and diagnostic messages to STDERR. (@sunaku)
  • #152: Growl Notify API update for a graceful fail. (@scottdavis)

Bug fix

0.8.4 - October 3, 2011

Bug fix

  • #149 & #150: Fix issue where interator thread was continuing to capture input from stdin while a guard is being executed. (reported by @hardipe, fixed by @f1sherman)

0.8.3 - October 1, 2011

Bug fix

Improvements

  • #146: Use a mutex instead of a lock for more efficient/simple locking. (@f1sherman)
  • Make Guard implementation of :task_has_failed simple. (@netzpirat)

0.8.2 - September 30, 2011

Bug fix

Improvement

  • Update docs regarding :task_has_failed. (@netzpirat)

0.8.1 - September 29, 2011

Bug fix

0.8.0 - September 28, 2011

Bug fixes

New feature

  • #136: New CLI :watch_all_modifications/-A option to watch for deleted and moved files too. (@limeyd & @netzpirat)
  • #97: Guard dependencies. Task execution can now be halted if a Guard throws :task_has_failed and Guard::Dsl#group options include :halt_on_fail => true. (@rymai)
  • #121: Guard.guards and Guard.groups are now smart accessors. Filters can be passed to find a specific Guard/group or several Guards/groups that match (see YARDoc). (@rymai & @ches)
  • New Guard::Group class to store groups defined in Guardfile (with Guard::Dsl#group). (@rymai)

Improvements

0.7.0 - September 14, 2011

0.7.0.rc1 - September 5, 2011

Major Changes

  • Posix Signals handlers (Ctrl-C, Ctrl-\ and Ctrl-Z) are no more supported and replaced by $stdin.gets. Please refer to the "Interactions" section in the README for more information. (@thibaudgg)
  • JRuby & Rubinius support (beta). (@thibaudgg & @netzpirat)

New features

  • #42: New DSL method: callback allows you to execute arbitrary code before or after any of the start, stop, reload, run_all and run_on_change guards' method. New Wiki page for documenting it. (@monocle & @rymai)
  • Ability to 'pause' files modification listening. Please refer to the "Interactions" section in the README for more information. (@thibaudgg)

Improvement

  • Remove the need to scan the whole directory after guard's run_on_change method. (@thibaudgg)

0.6.3 - September 1, 2011

New features

  • #130: Adds ignore_paths method to DSL. (@ianwhite)
  • #128: Users can add additional settings to ~/.guard.rb that augment the existing Guardfile. (@tpope)

0.6.2 - August 17, 2011

Bug fixes

  • Re-add the possibility to use the growl gem since the growl_notify gem this is currently known to not work in conjunction with Spork. (@netzpirat)
  • Ensure that scoped groups and group name are symbolized before checking for inclusion. (@rymai)

New features

  • Groups are now stored in a @groups variable (will be used for future features). (@rymai)
  • Guards will now receive their group in the options hash at initialization (will be used for future features). (@rymai)

Improvement

  • Explain the growl/growl_notify differences in the README. (@netzpirat)

0.6.1 - August 15, 2011

Bug fixes

  • #120: remove guardfile_contents when re-evaluating so that the Guardfile gets reloaded correctly. (@mordaroso)
  • #119: Dsl.evaluate_guardfile uses all groups if none specified. (@ches)

0.6.0 - August 13, 2011

Bug fixes

  • Pull request #107: Small spelling fix. (@dnagir)
  • Dir.glob now ignores files that don't need to be watched. (@rymai)

New feature

Improvements

  • #99: [OS X] Switch from growl gem to growl_notify gem. (@johnbintz)
  • #115: [Linux] Add :transient => true to default libnotify options. (@zonque)
  • #95: Output system commands and options to be executed when in debug mode. (@uk-ar and @netzpirat)
  • Guard::Dsl.revaluate_guardfile has been renamed to Guard::Dsl.reevaluate_guardfile. (@rymai)
  • New CLI options: (@nestegg)
    • watchdir/-w to specify the directory in which Guard should watch for changes,
    • guardfile/-G to specify an alternate location for the Guardfile to use.
  • #90: Refactoring of color handling in the Guard::UI. (@stereobooster)

0.5.1 - July 2, 2011

Bug fix

0.5.0 - July 2, 2011

New features

  • Guard::Ego is now part of Guard, so Guardfile is automagically re-evaluated when modified. (@thibaudgg)
  • #91: Show Guards in Guardfile with the guard -T. (@johnbintz)

Improvements

  • #98: Multiple calls per watch event on linux with rb-inotify. (@jeffutter & @netzpirat)
  • #94: Show backtrace in terminal when a problem with a watch action occurs. (@capotej)
  • #88: Write exception trace in the terminal when a supervised task fail. (@mcmire)
  • Color in red the "ERROR:" flag when using UI.error. (@rymai)
  • #79 and Pull request #82: Improve INotify support on Linux. (@Gazer & @yannlugrin)
  • #12 and Pull request #86: Eventually exits with SystemStackError. (@stereobooster)
  • #84: Use RbConfig instead of obsolete and deprecated Config. (@etehtsea)
  • #80: Watching dotfile (hidden files under unix). (reported by @chrisberkhout, fixed by @yannlugrin)
  • Clear the terminal on start when the :clear option is given. (@rymai)
  • Rename home directory Guardfile to .Guardfile. (@tpope)

0.4.2 - June 7, 2011

Bug fixes

  • Fixed Guard::Version in ruby 1.8.7 (@thibaudgg)
  • Fix (@mislav) link in CHANGELOG (Note: this is a recursive CHANGELOG item). (@fnichol)

0.4.1 - June 7, 2011

Improvements

  • #77: Refactor get_guard_class to first try the constant and fallback to require + various tweaks. (@mislav)
  • Notifier improvement, don't use system notification library if could not be required. (@yannlugrin)

0.4.0 - June 5, 2011

Bug fix

  • In Ruby < 1.9, Symbol#downcase doesn't exist! (@rymai)

New features

  • #73: Allow DSL's group method to accept a Symbol as group name. (@johnbintz)
  • #51: Allow options (like :priority) to be passed through to the Notifier. (@indirect & @netzpirat)

Improvement

  • #74: Added link definitions to make the CHANGELOG more DRY! That's for sure now, we have the cleanest CHANGELOG ever! (even the link definitions are sorted alphabetically!) (@pcreux)

0.4.0.rc - May 28, 2011

Bug fixes

  • #69: Fixed typo in README: Ctr-/ => Ctr-\. (@tinogomes)
  • #66: Support for dashes in guard names. (@johnbintz)
  • Require guard/ui because Guard::Notifier can be required without full Guard. (@yannlugrin)
  • Handled quick file (<1s) modification. Avoid to catch modified files without content modification (sha1 checksum). (@thibaudgg & @netzpirat)
  • Fixed Guard::Notifier (when growl/libnotify not present). (@thibaudgg)
  • Fixed Rubygems deprecation messages. (@thibaudgg)

New features

  • #67: Allow Guardfile in $HOME folder. (@hashrocketeer)
  • #64: Windows notifications support. (@stereobooster)
  • #63: Refactor listeners to work as a library. (@niklas)
  • Use ENV["GUARD_NOTIFY"] to disable notifications. (@thibaudgg)
  • Cleaning up all specs. (@netzpirat)
  • #60: Added Windows support. (@stereobooster)
  • #58: Extract code from signal handlers into methods. (@nicksieger)
  • #55: It is now possible to pass :guardfile (a Guardfile path) or :guardfile_contents (the content of a Guardfile) to Guard::Dsl.evaluate_guardfile. Hence this allows the use of Guard::Dsl.evaluate_guardfile in a programmatic manner. (@anithri, improved by @rymai)

0.3.4 - April 24, 2011

Bug fix

New features

  • Changed CHANGELOG from RDOC to Markdown and cleaned it! Let's celebrate! (@rymai)
  • Changed README from RDOC to Markdown! Let's celebrate! (@thibaudgg)
  • #48: Adding support for inline Guard classes rather than requiring a gem. (@jrsacks)

0.3.3 - April 18, 2011

Bug fix

  • Fixed new_modified_files rerun conditions on Guard.run_on_change_for_all_guards. (@thibaudgg)

0.3.2 - April 17, 2011

Bug fixe

0.3.1 - April 14, 2011

Bug fixes

  • Return unique filenames from Linux listener. (Marian Schubert)
  • Guard.get_guard_class return wrong class when loaded nested class. (@koshigoe)
  • #35: Fixed open-gem/gem_open dependency problem by using gem which to locate guards gem path. (reported by @thierryhenrio, fixed by @thibaudgg)
  • #38 & Pull request #39: Fixed an invalid ANSI escape code in Guard::UI.reset_line. (@gix)

New feature

  • #28: New -n command line option to disable notifications (Growl / Libnotify). (@thibaudgg)

0.3.0 - January 19, 2011

Bug fix

  • Avoid launching run_on_change guards method when no files matched. --clear guard argument is now usable. (@thibaudgg)

New features

  • The whole directory is now watched during run_on_change to detect new files modifications. (@thibaudgg)
  • #26: New DSL method: group allows you to group several guards. New CLI option: --group group_name to specify certain groups of guards to start. (@netzpirat)
  • watch patterns are now more strict: strings are matched with String#==, Regexp are matched with Regexp#match. (@rymai)
  • A deprecation warning is displayed if your Guardfile contains String that look like Regexp (bad!). (@rymai)
  • It's now possible to return an Enumerable in the watch optional blocks in the Guardfile. (@rymai)

New specs

0.2.2 - October 25, 2010

Bug fix

  • #5: avoid creating new copy of fsevent_watch every time a file is changed. (reported by @stouset, fixed by @thibaudgg)

0.2.1 - October 24, 2010

Bug fixes

0.2.0 - October 21, 2010

Bug fixes

0.2.0.beta.1 - October 17, 2010

New features

  • Improved listeners support (rb-fsevent & rb-inotify). (@thibaudgg)
  • Added polling listening fallback. (@thibaudgg)
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