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Guard is a command line tool to easily handle events on f...

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Each class, module, method, etc. is given a grade based on how complete the docs are.

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Guard N
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Releaser N
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Guard::Plugin.reset_callbacks! N
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Guard::Plugin#hook Ne
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Guard::Plugin.notify Ne
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Guard::Watcher::Pattern::DeprecatedRegexp Ne
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Guard::Plugin.non_namespaced_classname Ne
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Guard::Deprecated::Options#initialize Ne
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Guard::Guardfile::Evaluator#evaluate Ne
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Guard::Watcher::Pattern::Matcher#== Ne
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Guard::Plugin.non_namespaced_name Ne
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Guard::PluginUtil#plugin_location Ne
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Guard::PluginUtil.plugin_names Ne
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Guard::PluginUtil#initialize Ne
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Guard::Jobs::Base#foreground Ne
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Guard::Guardfile::Evaluator Ne
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Guard::DslReader#initialize Ne
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Guard::Watcher#call_action Ne
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Guard::Watcher.match_files Ne
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Guard::Options#initialize Ne
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Guard::Watcher#initialize Ne
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Guard::Config#initialize Ne
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Guard::Runner#_supervise Ne
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Guard::Plugin#title Ne
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Guard::Plugin#name Ne
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Guard::Plugin#to_s Ne
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Guard::Group#title Ne
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Guard::Watcher#== Ne
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Guard::Group#to_s Ne
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Guard::PluginUtil Ne
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Guard::DslReader Ne
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Guard::CLI#init Ne
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Guard::RakeTask Ne
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Guard::Watcher Ne
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Guard::Options Ne
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Guard::Runner Ne
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Guard::Plugin Ne
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Guard.setup Ne
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Guard::CLI Ne
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Guard::PluginUtil#add_to_guardfile Ne
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Guard::Jobs::Base#handle_interrupt Ne
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Guard::Runner#run_on_changes Ne
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Guard::Plugin.add_callback Ne
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Guard::Plugin.callbacks Ne
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Guard::RakeTask#options Ne
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Guard::Plugin.template Ne
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Guard::RakeTask#name Ne
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Guard::Runner#run Ne
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Guard::Guardfile::Generator#initialize_all_templates E
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Guard::Guardfile::Generator#initialize_template E
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Guard::Guardfile::Generator#create_guardfile E
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Guard::Guardfile::Evaluator#initialize E
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Guard::PluginUtil#initialize_plugin E
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Guard::Plugin#run_on_modifications E
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Guard::Runner.stopping_symbol_for E
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Guard::Plugin#run_on_additions E
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Guard::PluginUtil#plugin_class E
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Guard::Plugin#run_on_removals E
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Guard::DslDescriber#notifiers E
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Guard::Plugin#run_on_changes E
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Guard::Guardfile::Generator E
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Guard::RakeTask#initialize E
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Guard::DslDescriber#show E
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Guard::DslDescriber#list E
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Guard::Group#initialize E
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Guard::Plugin#run_all E
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Guard::Plugin#reload E
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Guard::CLI#notifiers E
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Guard::DslDescriber E
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Guard::Plugin#start E
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Guard::Plugin#stop E
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Guard::CLI#version E
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Guard::CLI#start E
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Guard::CLI#show E
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Guard::CLI#list E
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Guard::Group E
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Guard::UI::Logger::Config#initialize E
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Guard::Jobs::Sleep#foreground E
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Guard::UI::Config#initialize E
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Guard::Interactor.enabled? E
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Guard::Jobs::Sleep#handle_interrupt E
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