Hi everyone. This post should ideally be logged as a Haiku issue, but I’d like to first rule out whether it is something in my use/case before I formally log it.
I’m developing binary add-ons for Medo (a new audio IIR filter in github, so constant compile/test/edit cycle), and have noticed that unless I physically delete the .so binary before I recompile, the kernel will load a cached (older) version of the addon when testing. This is very frustrating since I have to clean + jam instead of just jamming. However, this problem does not exist for the main application. This is the first time I’ve encountered the issue, and only with addons (.so files). The binary size physically changes (but not attributes) so it’s definately an issue with BeFS caching.
Before I log an issue, does anyone see anything bizarre with my usage?