LiveReload was too hard for me to understand, so I wrote LiveRefresh.
sudo npm install live-refresh -g
Go to project and live refresh current directory:
cd project-xrefresh .
var liverefresh = ;
Liverefresh option setter.
Create a Liverefresh server and watch file changes on the given path.
Remove watched path.
Stop liverefresh server and file watchers.
Add event listener.
Remove event listener.
Send a refresh command to the connected client.
Close the connection from client.
Add event listener on connection.
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