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Some project changes will require a spork restart, and you shouldn't expect them to not (IE: modifying your project gem dependencies or core application config). Any file that is loaded during Spork start-up will be cached until Spork is restarted. You can restart spork by sending a USR2 signal to the server process. This could be automated with a gem such as Kicker (https://github.com/alloy/kicker). Since a native hook is required for each operating system to efficiently watch for filesystem changes, automatic restarting has not been built into Spork.
-You may find this wiki page useful for common ways to battle a variety of common pre-loading issues: http://github.com/sporkrb/spork/wiki/Spork.trap_method-Jujutsu
+You may find this wiki page useful for common ways to battle a variety of common pre-loading issues: http://github.com/sporkrb/spork/wiki/Spork.trap_method-Jujitsu