Sorry I didn't get right what you wanted to achieve (in the GitHub issue)!
Some Guard plugins have an :all_on_start option for that but not all, unfortunately.
So, as @netzpirat said, you could just call Guard.run_all at the end of your Guardfile so it'd be executed when the Guardfile is evaluated, like
--- in your Guardfile
guard :coffeescript, input: 'src', output: 'lib'
I hope that helps! And let us know how it goes.
On Jul 20, 2012, at 11:11 , 4null4 wrote: