The Commando package

[Tags:library, mit, program]

Commando comes in two forms - A library and an executable.

Watch a directory, and when changes occur, run a command.

From the commandline the program is used like so:

 commando -c echo

This will watch the current directory, and when an event occurs, pass the serialized representation of the event as an argument to echo.

To use the library just

 import System.Commando

See the System.Commando module documentation for more details.

The Commando executable module is a good example of using Commando as a library.


Dependencies base (>=4.0 && <5.0), data-default (>=0.5 && <1.0), fsnotify (>=0.0.10 && <0.1), optparse-applicative (==0.5.*), process (==1.1.*), system-fileio (==0.3.*), system-filepath (==0.4.*), text (>=0.10 && <0.12) [details]
License MIT
Author Lyndon Maydwell
Stability Unknown
Category Development
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Uploaded Thu Mar 6 04:05:15 UTC 2014 by LyndonMaydwell
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