I'm using nodmeon
version 1.9.1 on a Linux machine.
I'm running nodemon with:
nodemon --watch ./build where I have my index.js content in the build folder.
But when I run nodemon it keeps looking for
index.js file at the project's home folder hence it throws an error because it cannot find it there.
I tried to check nodemon --help for any better option but I don't see any and also wrote it in package.json file in scripts object it still throws the same error.
I've also tried to run it as
nodemon --watch ./build/index.js still throws the error.
Also, the index.js file only contains a
console.log('hello world'); just to make sure, it's nodemon itself.
Your use of
--watch is throwing nodemon off.
What you're telling nodemon is "run normally, and watch the directory
./build". nodemon is looking for a parameter after
--watch and finds
./build. It then looks for a script, finds none, and thus uses the default.
Nodemon watches by default so what you want to run is
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