[Geany-devel] [PATCH] reenable save after file changed on disk
ban-ubuntu at xxxxx
Tue Sep 1 20:58:10 UTC 2009
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André Hentschel a écrit :
> When i changed a file in Geany and made e.g. a git checkout or an other
change with the file on disk, Geany asks me to reload(thats great so far).
> After i choose "no", as i want to keep my changes i made in Geany, i am
not able to save the file immediatly after that.
> The save-button is grayed and i first have to do a little change in the
file before i can save again.
> This patch fixes this by adding a preference for it. I already had some
talk about the feature on IRC with Enrico already.
I think it would be better to have a third "save" button in the dialog
asking for reload for this purpose. I think it would be more clear and
And AFAIR (maybe I am wrong?) there's already a (hidden?) preference
to never make the save button insensitive (grayed), isn't it? Then
having a way to make the button sensitive only for that seems a little
redundant for me.
My 2 cents,
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