All of them are quick to develop since they retain your modifications when you save the files you're working on; the same is true when you use
There are several ways to accomplish this in Go or maybe another language.
One of them, the greatest one in my opinion, is
entr it is simple, tiny and fast.
If you also think it's a waste of time, pressing
cmd+c in terminal to stop the golang process and then
enter every single time then read on.
entr is a command line tool that lets you run any command whenever any of the files you tell it to watch change. For instance:
find . -name *.go | entr -r go run main.go
The find command lists all the files with extension .go in the current dir and then entr will run (and reload) if any of the files you listed change.
With a simple command above, we obtain all of these advantages:
Now, if we make any changes to the golang file, it will detect it, compile it and run it. Neat huh? But what about the html template? easy:
find . -name *.go -o -name '*.html' | entr make
One of entr's many helpful options is the
-c flag, which wipes the screen clean before a run begins.
A sample that monitors whether or not new folders or files have been added can be found on the entr page
Overall, entr is a small, useful utility that makes programming much easier.
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