Is it a way to "refresh/recompile" TypeScript files which depends on other files using File Watcher functionality? Here is my scenario:
1) I've got two files A and B.
2) B depends on A
3) I'm changing A (for instance I'm deleting some methods/functions) which breaks B
4) But unfortunatelly I can see that something is broken in B when I manually changed B or update its file modification time which triggers File Watcher to recompile B
1) Can File Watcher be somehow configure to recompile B even though it has not been changed?
2) Alternatively can File Watcher recompile multiple files using a single call to TypeScript compiler? I wrote a script which updates all file timestamps in my project causing WebStorm to recompile all - which works fine. The only problem I have with this workaround is that it executes compiler for every single file which is quite time consuming (and CPU rockets as you are using multiple instances and the whole system looks frozen for a while)?
Saying all that I think WebStorm 6 EAP is amazing. I've never used before (although I'm a big fan of Resharper for many years) and WebStorm looks like the only viable option for TypeScript development on the market (at the moment Visual Studio with TypeScript is useless for anything but Hello world! application as it keeps crashing/freezing).