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"Refresh SD files" not refreshing SD files #326

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TopherMan opened this issue Dec 11, 2013 · 2 comments

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commented Dec 11, 2013

So it seems that pressing the "Refresh SD files" button does nothing, according to the Terminal tab. I don't see anything sent, and don't see a change in the list. This seems to be the case in both master and devel. However, sending M20 in the terminal tab directly works properly.

For reference: running on Raspbian, with Smoothie as my device. (This is why I'm using the Refresh button; I'll upload files to the USB mass-storage device outside of Octoprint, and then I need to update the file list inside Octoprint.)

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commented Dec 14, 2013

Thanks for the heads-up, that was something I forgot to adjust after slightly changing the backend code. Are you sure you also noticed it in master? I just checked, there everything is fine (would have been surprised if not, since the change that broke it only exists on devel)

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commented Dec 17, 2013

Thanks, and sorry for the delay, my Pi was on the fritz.

I was a dummy, it works fine in master, I was just accidentally still running the devel installation. (I checked out master, ran the setup.py script, and then called octoprint from the command line, which ran the devel install instead of the newest install; didn't think that through.) So as a sidenote, maybe a version string at the bottom of the site, or a -v command line option?

Either way, thanks again!

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