I use the NppExec to launch a external program that validate the current file opened in Notepad++.
In some situations, the external program also modify the content of the file (it does some automatic corrections).
As I can't distinguish if modifications has been done or not, I always use "nppopen" command to reload the current in Notepad++.
But doing so, it erase the "cancel history" of Notepad++. That is to say if a user realize he has done a mistake and then launch the external program via NppExec, he can't cancel it.
That's why I wonder if there is a way to improve NppExec plugin in order to offer the possibility to an external program to modify the content of the current document opened in Notepad++ without loosing "cancel history".
Thanks for your great program and extension.
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