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Programming language: Crystal
License: MIT License
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Latest version: v0.2.1

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♜ Warden

Quickly, Warden check periodically your files, run a specific command, and run a git command if you want and the command succeed.

Warden

Based on Guardian, but better. :P

Installation

For Linux, just run sudo ./install/linux.sh

It install this program into /usr/bin/warden, the config file into /usr/share/warden/config.yml, and an unstalling script into /usr/share/warden/uninstall.sh.

Uninstallation (but you don't need it)

  • You can run the following command sudo warden --uninstall
  • You can run sudo /usr/share/warden/uninstall.sh
  • You can also run sudo rm -r /usr/share/warden/ /usr/bin/warden

N.B.: all commands are equivalent, but build in option command is recommanded

Usage

Run Warden

Simply run warden command, easy no?

Options

  • $ warden -i : Init project file automatically
  • $ warden --init : Init project file automatically

  • $ warden -d 1500 : change the delay (in ms) between two files watch (min = 250)

  • $ warden --delay=1500 : change the delay (in ms) between two files watch (min = 250)

  • $ warden -t 10000 : Change the time (in ms) before which a command is killed (min = 250)

  • $ warden --timeout=10000 : Change the time (in ms) before which a command is killed (min = 250)

  • $ warden -v : output the current version of Warden

  • $ warden --version : output the current version of Warden

  • $ warden -h : output help

  • $ warden -help : output help

  • $ warden --uninstall : uninstall this programm (you need to validate it). But ... you don't need this ;)

Create a project file

warden --init or warden --i to create automatically a .warden.yml files, used by Wardan for. The project file is simply a YAML file

Because I'm lazy, .warden.yml is automatically reload when it changed 🐨

Write your .warden.yml

For your .warden.yml file, you have some simple parameters:


delay: 1000 # change the delay (in ms) between to files watch (min = 250) [Facultative]
timeout: 2000 # Change the time (in ms) before which a command is killed (min = 250) [Facultative]

watch:

  - files: ./src/**/*.cr # all files in src and subdirectories
    run: shards build    # command to run when a file is changed
    git: add             # git command to play when a file is changed
    timeout: 10000       # it's timeout just for these files (useful for compilation)

  - files: ./*.cr                               # all .cr in this folder
    run: "crystal build #{file} -o #{basename}" # run for exemple 'crystal build main.cr main'
    git: none                                   # no git command 

  - files: ./*.md # run no command for every ".md" in this folder, simply notify you when it changed

files parameter

This option is the glob pattern of files.

git option

This option is facultative, you have some values:

  • none -> no git command
  • add -> run git add <your file>
  • push -> run git push
  • pull -> run git pull
  • commit -> Comming Soon

run option

This option is the following command to run when a file is changed.

You have some specifics variables subsitution in this command to do make it easy to use, with the delimiter #{}.

Exemple for the file ./src/warden/version.cr in warden folder:

  • #{file} -> print raw path of the file: ./src/warden/version
  • #{path} -> print path without filename: ./src/warden/
  • #{basename} -> print the filename without path and extension: version
  • #{extname} -> print the extension of the file: .cr
  • #{dirname} -> print the current folder name: warden
  • #{pwd} -> print the current directory, it's simply bash pwd command
  • #{cwd} -> like pwd but for those who prefer C/C++ style ;)

P.S.: You can propose new substitutions :)

Your own configuration config.yml

You have similary configuration with .warden.yml like:

  • delay in ms
  • timeout in ms

target is the target of the project file, by default it's .warden.yml

The last parameter is the precommand parameter, it's exactly like watch parameter in project file, but it used in $ warden --init for auto configuration, please, don't fucked up your parameter ;)

precommand:
  # crystal - sources
  - files: ./src/**/*.cr
    run: shards build
    git: add
  # etc, ...

Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/diggersheep/warden/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

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