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clockwork-cli: Monitor Clockwork logs for a specific project.
$ clockwork-cli ${path-to-directory}
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The command "clockwork-cli ${path-to-directory}" is a command-line interface (CLI) command that is meant to be executed in a terminal or command prompt.

The "${path-to-directory}" is a placeholder that should be replaced with an actual file directory path. It represents the path to a specific directory on your computer where the Clockwork CLI tool is installed or where the command should be executed.

The "clockwork-cli" is the actual command that is being executed. It represents the CLI tool called "Clockwork" and "cli" stands for the command-line interface.

By running this command with the appropriate directory path, you are invoking the Clockwork CLI tool and instructing it to perform some action or provide specific functionality related to the given directory. The exact behavior or functionality of the Clockwork CLI tool will depend on its specific features and capabilities.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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