- Add Readline support to Ruby on Mac OS X
- Analysis of inotify events for different editors
- Command line options for Guard
- Configuration files
- Configure keyboard shortcuts
- Correctly using the watchdir option
- Create a guard
- Custom matchers in watches
- Custom pry command cookbook
- Efficient Filesystem Handling
- Enabling Color Coding for Running Through SSH
- Guard 2.10.3 exits when Guardfile is changed
- Guard 2.10.3 exits when Guardfile is changed.
- Guard alternatives
- Guard Plugins
- Guardfile DSL Configuring Guard
- Guardfile examples
- Hooks and callbacks
- Interacting with Guard
- List of available Guards
- List of Guard Commands
- Optimizing for large projects
- Programmatic use of guard
- Run guard with RubyMine
- Shared configurations
- System notifications
- Terminal colors on windows
- Understanding Guard
- Upgrade guide for existing guards to Guard v1.1
- Upgrading to Guard 2.0
- Use Guard programmatically cookbook
- What people say about Guard
- Which Growl library should I use
- Why Guard?
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Guard is a command line tool to easily handle events on file system modifications.
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This wiki and the Guard README document contains a lot of information, please take your time and read these instructions carefully.
If you run into any trouble, you may start by understanding how Guard works.
We provide detailed changes for each Guard release.
Be sure to read the CONTRIBUTING guidelines before reporting a new Guard issue or open a pull request.
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