Bug#35021: marked as done (KDevelop doesn't reload all files on session restore) by "F at lk Brettschneider" <falk.brettschneider at gmx.de>
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Subject: KDevelop doesn't reload all files on session restore
From: mattschwartz at yahoo.com
Version: 2.0.1 (using KDE 2.2.1 )
Installed from: Mandrake RPMs
Compiler: gcc 3.0.1
OS/Compiler notes: Mandrake 8.1 on i586
I'm using KDevelop 2.0.1 in its MDI view. When logging out of KDE (2.2.1) with the option to restore session checked, not all files which were open in KDevelop reload. All of the windows reload, however, with the proper file names and paths in their caption. It seems to only be the file which was in focus on logout isn't reloading. So far I've found that every child MDI window is reloading its file correctly, with the one exception of the file I was last looking at. Choosing Refresh in the menu doesn't fix it either, only closing the window and re-opening the file.
This is a minor bug as nothing's crashing and there's an easy work-around.
p.s. I'm a huge and loyal fan of KDE and all of its applications. Without it I would not have switched permanently from Windows to Linux. Thanks for your great work! I'm studying KDE development to contribute end-user apps of my own as soon as I can.
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