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Function name doesn't update #23

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MJavad opened this Issue Nov 28, 2017 · 2 comments

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MJavad commented Nov 28, 2017

Function names doesn't update in Coverage Overview.
Also it would be nice to use your other plugin, Prefix, in Overview.

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This is technically a known issue. It's an artifact of the metadata caching that Lighthouse does.

I have kind of been putting off a fix for it until someone complained, but I am surprised it took this long ;P. I will be sure to fix this in v0.7

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gaasedelen commented Nov 29, 2017

This is technically a known issue. It's an artifact of the metadata caching that Lighthouse does.

I have kind of been putting off a fix for it until someone complained, but I am surprised it took this long ;P. I will be sure to fix this in v0.7

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In theory, you should be able to flush/refresh the cached metadata by loading (or reloadng) a coverage file from disk. I get that it's not great, but it's at least a temporary workaround until I put in a comprehensive fix.

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gaasedelen commented Nov 29, 2017

In theory, you should be able to flush/refresh the cached metadata by loading (or reloadng) a coverage file from disk. I get that it's not great, but it's at least a temporary workaround until I put in a comprehensive fix.

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