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#178 medit -r don't work

medit
closed-invalid
nobody
None
5
2014-04-27
2014-04-27
tewir
No

$> echo 1 > test
$> medit -r test
$> echo 2 >> test

but no automatically reload opened file

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  • Yevgen Muntyan
    Yevgen Muntyan
    2014-04-27

    • Description has changed:

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     $> echo 1 > test
     $> medit -r test
     $> echo 2 >> test
    
    • status: open --> closed-invalid
     
  • Yevgen Muntyan
    Yevgen Muntyan
    2014-04-27

    (it somehow ate my comment.)
    'medit -r' opens/activates the file and reloads it at that moment, it doesn't make medit automatically reload the file whenever the file changes on disk. In your example, next 'medit -r test' command will reload it.