When writing to a file using a Flask application, does it save the file being written to?
Hi @wolfieboy09, welcome to the community!
Yes, writing to a file gets saved in a Flask application with a webview.
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I’m really not sure. I wrote to a file using PHP and when another user ran the Repl, it didn’t save the file.
If you are writing to the file for database purposes, I would consider you using Replit’s database, which works for Flask.
When the repl has a webview, changes made to files in the website are reflected in the repl files, as it is not a ghost fork.
However, when it’s a console repl, file changes are not saved, and do not happen to the original repl.
Well, it will save to the database just like other files.
Just consider that open function to be same as that in normal python.
But I tried it with a PHP server and it didn’t work!!!
Did it have a website
PHP server means website
But did it have a webview?
Yes, it did. It had a fully-functioning webview and you don’t want to know what it does.
I wasn’t, but now I am
If you really want to know what it does, send me a PM.
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