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It seems that on a Mac, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com -- not sure if 0.6.20 has been pushed to GH -- does not acknowledge the rules in .nodemonignore tested on node 0.6.18 and 0.6.19.
Rolling back to firstname.lastname@example.org has fixed this behaviour.
Fix for issue #107
Also fixes issue with node restart on Windows after file change.
This fix should resolve the problem with .nodemonignore. I tested it on Windows 7 only.
Just tested this on Mac OS X 10.7.4 and Node.js 0.6.19 and seems to work for me.
.nodemonignore still works, sorta, just not like it should.
This bug was caused by my commit. (Sorry, folks.) I moved the check for ignored files from changeFunction to startMonitor in order to prevent fs.watch from watching tons of ignored files unnecessarily.
I hadn't realized that fs.watch is looking at directories too, and that means a change within a directory will trigger a reload even if the file itself was ignored. To use the example from the documentation, if you ignore /vendor/* then you're going to miss changes in /vendor. If, on the other hand, you ignore /vendor*, the old behavior should be restored.
The ideal solution is probably to watch directories only, and to test for ignored files both in changeFunction and startMonitor.
I haven't reviewed vadimi@08e5aa1 at all, but I could go ahead and implement my proposed fix if there's anything wrong with vadimi's fix.
applied the patch and it works fine :)