[Geany-devel] [ geany-Bugs-2519094 ] GFileMonitor and g_object_ref

Colomban Wendling ban-ubuntu at xxxxx
Wed Jan 21 20:55:33 UTC 2009

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Enrico Tröger a écrit :
> You can easily mount resources on the command line, try: […]
OK, thanks for the infos, I'll try that :)

>> Hum… I've just tried with Gedit modifying an opened file in
>> Geany, and the tab becomes orange, but when I start to modify it
>> again, Geany tells me that the file was not found on the disk,
>> asking me whether I want to save it… and if I say yes, then ask
>> me if I want to overwrite the existing file. Well, not perfect
>> (but I personally don't mind about that since this feature helps
>> me mostly for files modified by a script).
> Hmm, strange. I just fixed a couple of issues in SVN r3495. It's
> still not 100% perfect but should be much better now.
Well, with the new code of r3495 almost all seems to be fixed for me:
 * I have worked about 2 hours for real without reproduce the bug;
 * If I copy a file to the place of an opened one (both with cp and
saving with Gedit), tab becomes orange and when I start editing the
buffer the message telling me the file has changed on disk appears and
work as expected.

But I /can/ always reproduce the bug if I save and type at a very fast
speed, such as chain <letter><^S> about 4 times per second or so – but
who's saving its buffers between every letters when typing?

Now for me, if it remains possible to reproduce the bug, it seems not
in real world.

Thanks for the pretty fast fix :)

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