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I think what you'll want to do is write a custom state which inspects the
__running__ dictionary for the results of the git.latest states, and looks
for any that changed. Then you can pass that list into the command.

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Colton Myers

On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 4:22 AM, Peter Waller wrote:

Hi All,

I have ~20 git repositories updated with git.latest.

When one or more changes, I would like a single command to be invoked
(regardless of how many change). So far so good, we just use a cmd.wait
state with watch_in directives pointing from the git repositories to the
command to be invoked.

To make things more awkward, I want this (single invocation of the)
command to be given the list of git repositories which have changed.

Is this possible to achieve?

My high-level use case is to notify IRC of the packages that were updated
during a highstate.

Thanks,

- Peter
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