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       guard - Guard keeps an eye on your file modifications.


       Guard is a command line tool to easily handle events on file system modifications.


       guard <COMMAND> <OPTIONS>


       Starts Guard. This is the default command if none is provided.

       The following options are available:

       -c, --clear Clears the Shell after each change.

       -n,  --notify  FLAG  Disable  notifications (Growl or Libnotify depending on your system).
       Notifications can be disabled globally by setting a GUARD_NOTIFY environment  variable  to
       false. FLAG can be true/false or t/f.

       -g,  --group  GROUP1 GROUP2... Scopes the Guard actions to the groups specified by GROUP1,
       GROUP2, etc. Group names should be separated by spaces. Plugins that  don´t  belong  to  a
       group are considered global and are always run.

       -P,  --plugin  PLUGIN1  PLUGIN2...  Scopes  the  Guard actions to the plugins specified by
       PLUGIN1, PLUGIN2, etc. Plugin names should be separated by spaces.

       -d, --debug Runs Guard in debug mode.

       -w, --watchdir PATH Tells Guard to watch PATH instead of ./.

       -G, --guardfile FILE Tells Guard to use FILE as its Guardfile instead  of  ./Guardfile  or

       -i, --no-interactions Turn off completely any Guard terminal interactions.

       -B, --no-bundler-warning Turn off warning when Bundler is not present.

       -l, --latency Overwrite Listen´s default latency.

       -p, --force-polling Force usage of the Listen polling listener.

       -y,  --wait-for-delay  Overwrite  Listen´s  default  wait_for_delay,  useful for kate-like
       editors through ssh access.

   init [GUARDS]
       If no Guardfile is present in the current directory, creates an empty Guardfile.

       If GUARDS are present, add their default Guardfile configuration to the current Guardfile.
       Note  that  GUARDS  is  a  list  of  the Guard plugin names without the guard- prefix. For
       instance to initialize guard-rspec, run guard init rspec.

       Lists Guard plugins that can be used with the init command.

   -T, show
       List defined groups and Guard plugins for the current Guardfile.

   -h, help [COMMAND]
       List all of Guard´s available commands.

       If COMMAND is given, displays a specific help for TASK.


       Initialize Guard and a specific Guard plugin at the same time:

       [bundle exec] guard init [rspec]

       Run Guard:

       [bundle exec] guard [start] --watchdir ~/dev --guardfile ~/env/Guardfile  --clear  --group
       backend frontend --notify false --debug

       or in a more concise way:

       [bundle exec] guard [start] -w ~/dev -G ~/env/Guardfile -c -g backend frontend -n f -d


       Thibaud Guillaume-Gentil is the main author.

       A    list    of    contributors    based    on    all   commits   can   be   found   here:


       The changelog can be found at:

       This manual has been written by Remy Coutable.


                                          November 2014                                  GUARD(1)