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Typically the options to control nodemon are passed in via the CLI and are
listed under: nodemon --help options
nodemon can also be configured via a local and global config file:
* $HOME/nodemon.json
* $PWD/nodemon.json OR --config <file>
* nodemonConfig in package.json
All config options in the .json file map 1-to-1 with the CLI options, so a
config could read as:
{
"ext": "*.pde",
"verbose": true,
"exec": "processing --sketch=game --run"
}
There are a limited number of variables available in the config (since you
could use backticks on the CLI to use a variable, backticks won't work in
the .json config).
* {{pwd}} - the current directory
* {{filename}} - the filename you pass to nodemon
For example:
{
"ext": "*.pde",
"verbose": true,
"exec": "processing --sketch={{pwd}} --run"
}
The global config file is useful for setting up default executables
instead of repeating the same option in each of your local configs:
{
"verbose": true,
"execMap": {
"rb": "ruby",
"pde": "processing --sketch={{pwd}} --run"
}
}