During our development, we use a lot of Git and branching to test our features.
During our latest development cycle, we've come across a couple issues where we're working on an opened Spine file, switched branches and then (inadvertently) saved an older file over one that should match our branch. This can sometimes go unnoticed for many commits, causing us to only catch up to our error much later during the commit process. This has caused us to lose precious work a couple times.
I do understand it's our own responsibility to work in our according branches and correct files, but is it possible to have Spine (while a file is open) give a warning that the file on disk is being changed? That would help us catch the instances more easily.
Thanks in advance,
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This is a good idea. I've created an issue for it here: Warn user before saving if the file on disk changed · #470 · EsotericSoftware/spine-editor
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