File has been changed

thomascmobley posted 8 months ago in General

Running on linux here. I'm rebuilding a database so I keep changes in sql files and run them against a fresh dump of the original database each day before beginning work. I keep getting notifications that the files have been changed after I change them and save the changes for some reason. The files are under a git repo, unsure that would have anything to do with it, but the only changes were made through Heidi and I saved through Heidi. If I click yes the files actually revert to what they were before I changed and saved them. Any ideas what may cause this behaviour? They're saved in /var/www/working_folder, not under the .wine folders, if that may give a clue.

ansgar posted 8 months ago

The file-change-notifications in HeidiSQL are based on the Cromis.DirectoryWatch class, which is probably not working as expected under Wine. Even the web link is offline now. But maybe there is an update to that class available. Once the page is online again I can check that.

thomascmobley posted 8 months ago

Appreciate that. It's more of an irritation than anything, but I'm always afraid I'll hit the wrong button by mistake and have to redo my sql. I have the history turned on just in case, love that feature. It's Saturday, why are we working?

ansgar posted 8 months ago

At the time I posted it it was afternoon here. And oh I was out yesterday evening, believe me, until 4 o'clock in the morning. We had 25th anniversary of university entrance from 1993. Very nice evening, talking to old nice friends.

thomascmobley posted 7 months ago

No, I'm just careful to make sure I hit ignore when it happens. I'm still switching back and forth really, sometimes I work in workbench and sometimes in heidi, I like both and still haven't made up my mind which way I'm going to go.

ansgar posted 7 months ago

Sorry, I just deleted the spam user who was asking that question towards you, and now your reply stands here without question :)

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