Script to run custom Powershell commands on file changes

In writing Home Assistant components, I found it useful to restart a lightweight Home Assistant server on file changes to the Python component under development.

The following Powershell code will run the specified commands every time files change:

Function RunMyStuff {
    Write-Output "Change detected"
    docker restart hass-dev  ## add any PS command here

Function Watch {    
    $global:FileChanged = $false # dirty... any better suggestions?
    $folder = "./custom_components/processor"
    $filter = "*.py"
    $watcher = New-Object IO.FileSystemWatcher $folder, $filter -Property @{ 
        IncludeSubdirectories = $false 
        EnableRaisingEvents = $true

    Register-ObjectEvent $Watcher "Changed" -Action {$global:FileChanged = $true} > $null

    while ($true){
        while ($global:FileChanged -eq $false){
            # We need this to block the IO thread until there is something to run 
            # so the script doesn't finish. If we call the action directly from 
            # the event it won't be able to write to the console
            Start-Sleep -Milliseconds 100

        # a file has changed, run our stuff on the I/O thread so we can see the output

        # reset and go again
        $global:FileChanged = $false

RunMyStuff # run the action at the start so I can see the current output