A quick heads up. In Nancy 0.6.0 we introduced a change that made the application scan, for all available views, and cache them upfront. While this is good for performance, because it reduces view loading time and limits I/O operations, it does pose a slight nuance then you are creating you view.

Because of the cache, each time you made changes to the view template you had to restart the webserver so that the Nancy startup code ran again. A bit of a pain in the sitting area, I agree.

This update is not in the 0.6.0 release it self, not in the NuGet packages. So in order to get a hold of a copy that uses this you will have to either download the latest source code and built it yourself, or grab the latest artifacts from our TeamCity server.

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