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I have the same problem with my Angular application. I am running the terminal outside WebStorm, but when i make a file change, in WebStorm, Angular compiles a bundle with the same hash as previous build.

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Seems angular-cli/webpack still don't correctly handle 'safe writes'. Please try disabling Use "safe write" in File | Settings | Appearance & Behavior | System Settings - does it help?

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OK thanks for hijacking the post. This hasn't helped me in updating HTML to be rendered as mentioned. Any solution for the original post? Thanks

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You didn't provide any details, problem description is so vague that it's not clear what has to be solved. Most probably, the file you are editing is not the one being actually served. Please provide information about your steps and configuration (web server being used, way to upload file to it, etc.)

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So I am currently using the Play Framework (2.5) on my localhost. The problem is that changes being made in the template files, e.g. app/views/index.scala.html are not being updated in either the browser (including when clearing the cache) or command shell when running with cURL. I am viewing the correct pages (in IntelliJ) which are getting the HTML from those files so I cannot find a reason why any changes to such static text shouldn't render (changes to dynamic data passed through functions, etc do update). Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks.

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Any thoughts to anyone about this mystery? I'm thinking that it is indeed a bug in IntelliJ

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I'm experiencing similar lack of updates with akka-http routes, recently. Will make a separate issue about it. (IntelliJ IDEA CE 2017.4 #IC-171.4694.23).

 

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I had to delete the files in the Target folder (in Play) and recompile ("sbt compile" within the project directory on command shell). This recreates the necessary files. Definite bug though.

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Disabling safe-write also solved my problem too.

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Disabling Sage write didn´t help but a hard refresh in Chrome did the trick for me.

in Mac press shift and reload, in windows or linux hold down Ctrl and click the Reload button.

 

 

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