Simple Application watcher
The Anko project aims to be a command line used to watch files of different extensions, executing actions previously configured, such as, restart, deletion, execution of scripts, among others.
The project so far has the following functionalities:
go get -u github.com/GuilhermeCaruso/anko
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:GuilhermeCaruso/anko.git && \
cd anko && \
go <your_flags_here> build
Once with the binary, remember to add it to the system PATH
If you still don't know how to do it, read here!
Soon we will make available the download the binaries...
The anko project was initially developed to observe changes in golang projects and reload it on demand. During development, we noticed that the project could be used for the most diverse languages and technologies (With the help of the community), because of that, it was necessary to add a configuration file, the Anko file
The Anko file is a
.yaml file written, preferably, at the root of the project you want to observe, but nothing prevents you from saving it wherever you want.
The project was developed to avoid as much as possible that the user has to adapt the project to suit him, however, the file name is the only information that must be kept as a standard.
The configuration file name must always be:
|Base of the anko file
|Path to the directory to be observed
|Path to application entry point
|Execution language. Check here if your favorite language has already been implemented
|List of files and extensions to be observed. Initially only update events
|List of extensions that must be observed
|List of files that must be observed
Below is a simple example of the
Once you have the Anko cli set up, just run the command in the folder containing the
The initial output should be:
> Starting Anko!
> Configuring watcher.
> Listening for changes...
Implemented languages and Commands
The implemented languages and commands allow the angel project to be able to execute the most diverse projects independently and performatively.
Throughout the development and with the help of the community, several languages will be implemented and listed below.
Throughout the development of the project, with its respective versions and builds, compatibility with the most diverse operating systems is validated to ensure that everything is ok.
As it is a project in its initial phase, not all operating systems are being compatible with it, however, with the help of the community and the commitment of the team involved, we hope to mitigate this problem in an agile manner.
Below are listed in a macro manner the tested operating systems and their respective status
|macOS Big Sur