I am working in a
On the background, git-auto-fetch plugin is running in order to automatically fetch all changes from all remotes while I am working in a git-initialized directory.
Due to this, if the buffer I am using in
emacs is touched or changed the file behind my back:
I am first asked:
emacs has changed since visited or saved. Save anyway?#> Yes
Than asked again:
example_file.py changed on disk; really edit the buffer? (y, n, r or C-h)#> y
Would it be possible to prevent:
emacs has changed since visited or saved. Save anyway?
example_file.py changed on disk; really edit the buffer? (y, n, r or C-h)
messages to show up by default and force to make their answer
my save function:
(defun my-save-all () (interactive) (let ((message-log-max nil) (inhibit-message t)) (save-some-buffers t))) (defun save-all () (interactive) (my-save-all) (bk-kill-buffers "__init__.py") (bk-kill-buffers "*helm"))