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docpad `watch` doesn't work (6.17.2) #370

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darky opened this Issue Dec 5, 2012 · 3 comments

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darky commented Dec 5, 2012

It's not work.
At least for jade and less

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Can you give me access to the repo so I can reproduce?

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balupton commented Dec 5, 2012

Can you give me access to the repo so I can reproduce?

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I add you in Skype.

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I add you in Skype.

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v6.17.3. Bugfix.
- v6.17.3 December 5, 2012
	- Fixed an issue introduced in v6.17.0 that prevented files from
reloading under certain circumstances
		- Thanks [Vladislav Botvin](https://github.com/darrrk) for [issue
#370](#370) and [pull request
#371](#371)
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Released to DocPad v6.17.3

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balupton commented Dec 5, 2012

Released to DocPad v6.17.3

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Merge pull request #371 from darrrk/master
Fixed loading of files ref #370

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v6.17.3. Bugfix.
- v6.17.3 December 5, 2012
	- Fixed an issue introduced in v6.17.0 that prevented files from
reloading under certain circumstances
		- Thanks [Vladislav Botvin](https://github.com/darrrk) for [issue
#370](#370) and [pull request
#371](#371)
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