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Add 'make watch' (#12636)

* Add 'make watch'

This combines frontend and backend watch into a single command that runs
them in parallel on on SIGINT terminates both.

Termination is not super-clean but I guess it does not have to.

* move to tools/, trap more signals, remove gnu-specific flag

* simplify

Co-authored-by: techknowlogick <techknowlogick@gitea.io>
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  1. 5
      Makefile
  2. 8
      docs/content/doc/advanced/hacking-on-gitea.en-us.md
  3. 8
      tools/watch.sh

5
Makefile

@ -155,6 +155,7 @@ help:
@echo " - build build everything"
@echo " - frontend build frontend files"
@echo " - backend build backend files"
@echo " - watch watch everything and continuously rebuild"
@echo " - watch-frontend watch frontend files and continuously rebuild"
@echo " - watch-backend watch backend files and continuously rebuild"
@echo " - clean delete backend and integration files"
@ -316,6 +317,10 @@ lint-frontend: node_modules
.PHONY: lint-backend
lint-backend: golangci-lint revive vet
.PHONY: watch
watch:
bash tools/watch.sh
.PHONY: watch-frontend
watch-frontend: node-check $(FOMANTIC_DEST) node_modules
rm -rf $(WEBPACK_DEST_ENTRIES)

8
docs/content/doc/advanced/hacking-on-gitea.en-us.md

@ -94,14 +94,10 @@ See `make help` for all available `make` targets. Also see [`.drone.yml`](https:
## Building continuously
Both the `frontend` and `backend` targets can be ran continuously when source files change:
To run and continously rebuild when source files change:
````bash
# in your first terminal
make watch-backend
# in your second terminal
make watch-frontend
make watch
````
On macOS, watching all backend source files may hit the default open files limit which can be increased via `ulimit -n 12288` for the current shell or in your shell startup file for all future shells.

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tools/watch.sh

@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
#!/bin/bash
set -euo pipefail
make watch-frontend &
make watch-backend &
trap 'kill $(jobs -p)' EXIT
wait
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