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What's the equivalent of panini.refresh() in v2.0? #151

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lipis opened this Issue Jan 29, 2018 · 1 comment

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lipis commented Jan 29, 2018

So I'm using the version 2.0 for the foundation emails (because folders in partials). Everything works nicely except the panini.refresh().. What can I do to have the automatic refreshes without restarting the build process?

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gakimball commented Jan 29, 2018

The API is sort of half-finished right now, so refreshing isn't super easy unfortunately. My intent is to get rid of that function and have internal watchers for pages/partials/layouts/helpers/data that restart the build process for you. I've had a few false starts in trying to implement it.

There's a temporary solution in #143. The refresh() function is still in there, it's just a little tricky to get to.

I'm using Panini 2 with Foundation for Emails myself, although with the CLI. And I am having to get around the not-easy-refresh issue by just re-running the whole process every time a file changes. It's annoying, but thankfully the project is small enough that I don't notice the compile times.

Since this is similar to #143, I'm going to close this. Thank you for bearing with me, and I appreciate you helping me test out this almost-finished-but-not-quite update! :)

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