anyfetch-file-watcher
Watch for file changes, and send them to anyFetch.
Last updated 6 years ago by amoki .
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AnyFetch File Watcher

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Setup

npm install -g anyfetch-file-watcher --production

Usage

You need an access-token from AnyFetch. If you are not interested with OAuth, a simple authenticated call to GET https://api.anyfetch.com/token will retrieve one for you.

anyfetch-file-watcher $DIRECTORY_TO_WATCH $ACCESS_TOKEN

The command is long running, and will watch for file changes until the process dies.

You can omit the $ACCESS_TOKEN and enter it interactively.

Reset

Every time you run this command, a JSON file is stored in ~/.anyfetch-file-watcher/$STRIPPED_DIRECTORY.json with cursor details. If you want to resend everything, remove this file.

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