What if you watch all tag lines and when a git controlled file is opened in a 
window, you the watch file for changes and when it changes put something in a 
new window that you can just select and middle click?

> On Mar 26, 2015, at 9:02 AM, Mathieu Lonjaret <mathieu.lonja...@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
> Hi,
> I work with many git branches, often affecting the same files. And I
> also happen to jump from one to the other quite frequently. There
> could be a problem with my workflow, but let's pretend there isn't.
> When one of said files is already open in acme, the win won't
> automatically refresh it and that's ok, I certainly wouldn't want that
> anyway, because I don't always to refresh them all.
> However, I find it a bit tedious that I have to write (or paste)
> myself the Get tag for each of the wins I want to refresh. To the
> point that I'm thinking of hardcoding the Get tag as one of the
> "permanent" tags for a win.
> Before I do that, does anyone have a better solution to suggest? The
> best would be that the Get tag gets automatically added to the tag bar
> whenever the files are changed (by git checkout, or other).
> p9p acme btw.
> Thanks,
> Mathieu

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