[antlr-interest] Reloading Externally Edited Files inANTLRWorks?
Diehl, Matthew J
matthew.j.diehl at intel.com
Mon Jun 25 14:47:55 PDT 2007
Yeah, right. Sorry, I'm talking about the stand-alone as well. 1.0.2.
I'll run it real quick and double check...
OK, I just opened the same document in the stand-alone ANTLRWorks 1.0.2
in Windows and then in Unix opened the same file. Modified it in Unix,
and then clicked back on the Windows instance, and it reloaded. Made
the change in Windows, and then back in Unix I had to change the focus
and then back before it reflected the change. If I switch too fast
though (less than a few seconds) it doesn't update at all, and I can
keep trying to change focus and it doesn't matter. But when I wait a
few seconds it seems to not have too many problems with updating.
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[mailto:antlr-interest-bounces at antlr.org] On Behalf Of Randall R Schulz
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2007 2:23 PM
To: antlr-interest at antlr.org
Subject: Re: [antlr-interest] Reloading Externally Edited Files
On Monday 25 June 2007 14:02, Diehl, Matthew J wrote:
> I'm not having any problems with ANTLRWorks reloading modified files.
> I have used it recently in Windows and Unix, and when I modify in
> one location, the other gets updated when the focus gets changed
> back. I've noticed it happening more in Windows than in Unix
> though... You've probably already tried it, but maybe change the
> focus and bring it back again...?
I'm talking about the stand-alone ANTLRworks, not the IDEA plug-in.
Which do you mean?
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