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auto-read-changed-file: preference buffer-specific variable

Default value: 0

If nonzero, when Epsilon notices that a file on disk has a different timestamp than the file in memory, it automatically reads the new version of the file and displays a message to that effect. Epsilon won't do this if you've edited the copy of the file in memory, or if the file's disk size is substantially smaller than it was. In those cases, Epsilon asks what to do. Also see the variable want-warn.

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