[Flask] Questions from a new user of Flask
coreybrett at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 07:55:10 EST 2017
Without more details (code, input, output, errors, etc) your question
can not be answered.
On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 7:43 AM, Felix Louistisserand
<felix.louistisserand at inria.fr> wrote:
> I already tried the debug mode, it doesn't solve my problem. Note that the problem is the persistence of datas even through reboots of the server, not only when actualizing.
> ----- Mail original -----
>> De: "Ziirish" <ziirish at ziirish.info>
>> À: "Felix Louistisserand" <felix.louistisserand at inria.fr>
>> Cc: flask at python.org
>> Envoyé: Mercredi 4 Janvier 2017 12:02:53
>> Objet: Re: [Flask] Questions from a new user of Flask
>> * On Wednesday, January 04, 2017 at 11:50 AM +0100, Felix Louistisserand
>> <felix.louistisserand at inria.fr> wrote:
>> > Happy new year !
>> > I am currently having some issues in the development of a web application,
>> > and it may be because of some misuse of Flask. If you could help me on
>> > this it will be awesome !
>> > As the application is still in development, the datas and the source code
>> > changes quite frequently. I noticed that after changing the templates I
>> > had to re-launch the server to make the changes occur. That was not a
>> > problem at first. However as my projected grew it began to happen that
>> > changes didn't took place, even after re-launching the server. I first
>> > thought it was a cache problem but the issues carries on over different
>> > web navigators (I tested Firefox and Chrome) and even in private
>> > navigation of after manually cleaning the cache.
>> > I discovered that this problem doesn't only concern templates but all the
>> > static files too.
>> > Is that a known problem ? I found no mention of it on the Internet but
>> > maybe someone already encountered it here.
>> > Of course it could have no link with Flask itself, but for now I have no
>> > idea where else does it could come from.
>> If think the configuration setting you are looking for is
>> This option defaults to True when DEBUG mode is enabled:
>> > As a side question, I wonder what is the recommended method to pass
>> > <script> field in my template, but it doesn't feel good. Is there a better
>> > way to do that ?
>> I don't have an answer yet for this question. The best I found so far is:
>> a jinja template)
>> > Thank you for your attention,
>> > Felix
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