kandi X-RAY | filewatcher Summary
kandi X-RAY | filewatcher Summary
File Watcher core library: lightweight Java library
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Executes a modified condition
- Execute action
- Execute one or more file update
- Skip the event
- Returns true if this watch is modified
- Watches file
- Return next watch key
- Appends the given FileType to this handler
- Add a filter to the filter
- Set if ignore case sensitive
- Applies a filter to the watcher
- Applies a filter to the end of the stream
- Apply a filter to the set of extensions
- Filter start with the given values
- Execute a delete event
- Sets a filter to be equal to the given values
- Execute the created update
- Watch the given file
- Specifies the condition that will be applied to the given function
- Add handler
- Build filter
- Stop watch
- Execute update
- Start the watcher
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Trending Discussions on filewatcher
I want to create a custom WebStorm Filewatcher rule that performs
prettier-eslint on save for the currently edited file. For my arguments, is there a way to declare that the command should be used for only the current edited file? You can see below for the file watcher rule I'm trying to create. Thanks!
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-18 at 15:10
Looking to create a Hot Custom hot reload feature. I need to create an Event They should be able to listen to the Save command. Assume there are two projects in the same solution. Solution: Project A Class test Project B When I change something inside the project A class test and after I used Ctrl+s it should trigger a method inside Project B. I want to listen to the File save the event in the project A Test Class. is there is any way to do this.
I was tried out the Both scenario
Try method 1:-...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-20 at 03:38
You can subscribe to the DocumentSaved event like this:
I am very new to coding (3 days in) and working on a project using FileSystemWatcher.
My current project is monitoring file changes to trigger an action.
I have it working correctly where it is monitoring a folder, with currently a single .txt file in it, and using OnChanged (looking at lastwrite) it triggers the action as expected. This is all fine and works perfectly, so I'm happy that I understand and can implement a basic FSW with an OnChanged event and trigger the appropriate action (go me, this is only after 3 days of learning C#).
However, I am unsure how to scale this up to multiple .txt files in the same folder, with each file triggering it's own specific action.
Example: A.txt, B.txt, and C.txt live in the same folder, using FSW whenever the files are changed I want to trigger an action specific to that file - so when OnChanged A.txt would trigger action a , and B.txt would trigger action b.
I imagine I will need to use queue's, possibly with BlockingCollection(?), however I do not understand how I can get the FSW to add to a queue in a way that it identifies WHICH file has been changed and then how to link that to the specific action for that file.
Any ideas how to mix FSW with queueing to trigger a set action?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have added my base code below (showing the FSW and OnChanged with an example action) - apologies if messy as I'm still learning....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-23 at 21:18
The FileSystemEventArgs which is passed in the OnChanged handler has the following properties you can use to determine specifics of the action.
ChangeType Gets the type of directory event that occurred.
FullPath Gets the fully qualified path of the affected file or directory.
Name Gets the name of the affected file or directory
With those you will know which file changed. How you link the file names to actions can be done in any number of ways. You could create a simple function that links file name to a method, however you would need to compile if you needed to change the file name or action to execute.
Since I did not find any setting for this, I thought I want to use a filewatcher so if any scss file is saved, I want to force a save on my style.scss to trigger the live sass compile.
So I added the extension File Watcher and now I wonder what cmd to use to force a save on my style.scss file. In File Watcher extension I get the echo everytime I save a .scss file using this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-20 at 12:15
I just needed to put underscore _ on my partial scss files. Then it will recompile my style.scss file.
I have a question regarding the EF in our ASP.NET Web Application. For our specific use-case we have to listen to a directory for added XML files. This works correctly using
System.IO.FileSystemWatcher. Everything is wrapped within a class, which looks like this.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-22 at 14:14
I found the solution thanks to @King King. For anyone having a similar problem:
You have to create a new HostedService and add it to your
I am encountering a problem where I get the error
TypeError: Cannot read property 'doFileHasCorrectFileExtension' of undefined
when I create an file or an folder. I expect my application to be able to use
doFileHasCorrectFileExtension without having it being undefined.
As an attempt to solve my problem I created an variable that hold the object created by the class....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-05 at 22:01
You are losing the correct
this by passing it into
nsfw - use
I am creating a
Filewatcher in the loop below. I would like to know if there are any performance or reference issues, since my reference variable is the same in the loop?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-14 at 18:59
It's not exactly clear what the end goal of your code is, but if you want to use the
watcher objects after the loop is done, then you'll need to save their instances in a collection outside of the loop. Otherwise you'll have no reference to them and they'll just get garbage-collected.
I have a small Dotnet core program (3.1.8), with some FileWatchers. They watch folders on a network drive. With some load (200 - 250 files maximum here), the program crashes unexpectedly. These files come at the same time, moved by another process on another server thanks to a Biztalk app, I don't think it's relevant here but I wanted to mention it.
The filewatchers initialization:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-21 at 07:35
Just a quick update, because I'm still on the way to fix it.
I created a MS Support issue. After many try we just succeed to reproduce it. We had to "play" with the network and simulating some "disturbances". It seems that FileSystemWatcher events didn't been sent as it should be (It's sent by TCP protocol, SMB way). Our team is still working on finding how it can happen..
MS agreed that this shouldn't crash the FileSystemWatcher in some unsafe code no matter if there was a real network issue. So, they just made a PR to add some security around it.
I'm still following the PR but it should be fix in .Net 5 and backported in .Net Core 3.1(.9).
Thanks for the help.
I am using GIT remote extensions of Visual Studio code in my local laptop and when I connect to remote host via SSH I am seeing lot of unknown changes synced to GIT and waiting to stage or discard or commit . most of them coming from .vscode-server hidden directory from my remote machine . I tried to exclude it with all patterns in fileWatcher and couldn't help even if after reload . I did same patterns to exclude showing those files in User , Remote and workspace all areas but no luck . Any thoughts ?
Image is below and left hand side is almost 1K files which I have no idea why it came and some of the files I stage but it keep coming .
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-12 at 21:10
Try first and modify or add a .gitignore file with, as content:
I am trying to run a typescript express.js in a docker container. After running the docker I get the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-15 at 22:38
Node v14 introduced a breaking change to the
fs.watch() API, specifically that the
recursive option (which has never been supported on Linux) now raises the
ERR_FEATURE_UNAVAILABLE_ON_PLATFORM error if used on Linux.
A bug report and fix have been submitted to
Until that fix is merged and a new version released, you'll need to stick to NodeJS < v14, or override the
filewatcher package installed locally to include that patch.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use filewatcher like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the filewatcher component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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