[Geany-devel] [PATCH] reenable save after file changed on disk

Thomas Martitiz s0523936 at xxxxx
Tue Sep 1 21:31:12 UTC 2009

Am 01.09.2009 21:48, schrieb André Hentschel:
> First, let me introduce myself.
> I am André, 22, from Germany and got 8 years programming experience. I am coding for Wine since january and used Geany all the time for that.
> Now that Geany is a great tool i also want to help to improve it.
> While my work with Geany i found some behaviors, which i would like to be different. So i am willing to fix it.
> Thats what my patch is about:
> 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.
> As this is my first Geany-patch, i guess i made some mistakes against your guidlines, but i hope to get some feedback.
> PS: the last change in that diff removes a trailing space, as git doesnt like those.

Actually, this has been requested some month ago. It's actually 
implemented, although somewhat hidden. You can force file saving by 
hittin ctrl+s even if the save button is greyed out.

Best regards.

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