Mix does automatically recompile the project if a config file in config/
changes, it does not recompile dependencies if that's what you are
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 4:37 PM, <jbo...@wistia.com> wrote:
> I feel like a common idiom in Elixir is to define environment-specific
> variables using module attributes so that each environment's changes can be
> compiled directly (instead of being called dynamically). The most obvious
> place to define these module attributes is in the respective config
> directory. Right now if you compile the source with a given module
> attribute you need to blow away the _build directory and call mix again to
> recompile. I think it would be nice if mix could look at the timestamp of
> the respective config file and recompile if needed. Alternatively, it would
> be helpful if mix would warn if the config file has changed and a recompile
> is needed to use the latest source (as there aren't any indicators that mix
> didn't pick up the changes in the config file)
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