@baris That's it!
That was the problem, I changes the directory layout to something more familiar to me.
To test the solution I created a directory 'public' and saved a 'tmp.js' to it. I started grunt, changed the file and it recognized the change.
Thanks for your help!
[Solved] Installing plugin, uninstalls previously installed plugin
I just updated to Nodebb v1.6 from 1.4. I noticed that whenever I went and installed a plugin that it removed the plugin I installed previously. I was trying to get my SSO set back up. So I installed the facebook SSO. Then I installed the Google SSO and it removed the facebook SSO. Then I installed the twitter sso, and the google was removed.
Has anyone else experienced this? I also installed the shoutbox in there, and it removed the twitter sso, so I don't think it is just related to the SSO.
If you upgraded to Node.js version 8, you will need to downgrade npm with
npm i -g npm@4
I'm on 6.11.3, the latest LTS. I was on 4 prior to the update, but ran into issues installing telling me that my node version wasn't new enough for Benchmarkjs (your new template engine). I figured it would be safe to update to the latest LTS?
npm -vreport? And yes, Benchpress requires Node 6 or later.
@pitaj Too late to say, I went ahead and downgraded to npm 4 in the minute after my post. It did appear to be the issue though as it is working now.
I can confirm that npm downgrading to npm@4 solves this issue.
Had the same one.. Maybe it's worth to mention it at the release page.
Thank you @PitaJ