|Jason Fowler b998edb855||3 years ago|
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|LICENSE||9 years ago|
|README.md||3 years ago|
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|main.go||3 years ago|
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Refresh is a command line tool that builds and (re)starts your web application everytime you save a Go or template file. It started life as Fresh, which is now unmaintained.
If the web framework you are using supports the Refresh runner, it will show build errors on your browser.
It currently works with Traffic, Martini, Negroni , and gocraft/web.
go get github.com/jsnfwlr/refresh
cd /path/to/myapp refresh
Refresh will watch for file events, and every time you create/modify/delete a file it will build and restart the application.
go build returns an error, it will log it in the tmp folder.
Traffic already has a middleware that shows the content of that file if it is present. This middleware is automatically added if you run a Traffic web app in dev mode with Refresh.
_examples folder if you want to use it with Martini or Gocraft Web.
./refresh.conf for configuration by default, but you may specify an alternative config filepath using
refresh -c other_runner.conf
Here is a sample config file with the default settings:
root: . tmp_path: ./tmp build_name: runner-build build_log: runner-build-errors.log valid_ext: .go, .tpl, .tmpl, .html no_rebuild_ext: .tpl, .tmpl, .html ignored: assets, tmp build_delay: 600 colors: 1 log_color_main: cyan log_color_build: yellow log_color_runner: green log_color_watcher: magenta log_color_app:
- Jason Fowler - as Refresh
- Andrea Franz - as Fresh
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request