LiveReloadX 0.2.0 is released.
If you want to install, type
npm install -g livereloadx. If you have installed older versions, run
npm update -g livereloadx.
With older version, if you modifying any files under the monitored directory, browsers are reloaded. It means that running
git commit made browsers reloaded.
So, I add a command line options to specify include/exclude filter.
For example, if you want to
cache directory not to be watched, specify as follows:
$ livereloadx --exclude cache
And more, LiveReloadX 0.2.0 monitors files with extension such as html, shtml, css, js, jpg, gif, png, cgi, php... If you want to watch files with extension
ini, run following:
$ livereloadx --include "*.ini"
Iinclude/exclude options works like rsync. See FILTER RULES section of rsync manual for details.
Try it now!!