nmon

Created: 2012-03-25 18:08
Updated: 2015-07-21 13:36
License: mit

README.md

Nmon

Fire events when the http 'last-modified' header is changed for a file.

Build Status

Currently only http and ftp are supported.

Usage

Install

npm install nmon

Examples

Monitoring a single file

var nmon = require( 'nmon' );
var mon = new nmon();

mon.create( 'http', {
	interval: 1000,
	name: 'potato',
  // server: 'localhost', \_________ Ftp options
  // path: '/awesome',    |
  // port: 'ftpport',     |
  // user: 'ftpuser',     |
  // pass: 'ftppass',     /
	url: 'http://localhost:3000/file'
});

mon.on( 'potato', function( obj ) {
	console.log( 'potato has been updated: %s', obj.date );
});

mon.monitor();

Monitoring multiple files

var nmon = require( 'nmon' );
var mon = new nmon();

var srs = [
	{ 
		interval: 1000,
		name: 'file1',
		url: 'http://localhost:3000/file1',
	},

	{ 
		interval: 1000,
		name: 'file2',
		url: 'http://localhost:3000/file2',
	},

  /*
  {
    interval: 1000,
    name: 'ftp1',
    server: 'localhost',
    path: '/awesome'
    // path: '/awesome2/' if path ends with a slash, nmon will return the most recent file in that directory
  }
  */
];


var i = 0, l = srs.length;
for ( ; i < l; i++ ) {
	var a = srs[i], type;

  if ( a.server ) {
    type = 'ftp';
  } else {
    type = 'http';
  }

	mon.create( type, a );
	mon.on( a.name, function( o ) {
		console.log( 'TEST', o.name, o.date );
	});
}

mon.monitor();
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