I tried out every way, but could not figure out a solution. Old min files were not deleted, and bundle thingy saw those instead of updated CSS. EDIT Sometime later I spent another good 2 hours on the same issue. Optimization for this task, but I found Microsoft Ajax Minifier, which is also included in Web Grease.dll, which comes with MVC4 System. But I can try to help you try to get there, and maybe its possible today...
This time it was my fault I guess - I forgot the leading tilde, i.e. One issue that might potentially be a roadblock is that the Bundle Handler will return 304 on any bundle requests that contain the If Last Modified header, since the assumption is that the browser cache is always valid due to the fingerprint in the url. Your bundle script tag should look something like this: I know its been a while since this was updated but I have found I just need to wait a couple seconds to let the bundle catch up with my css changes.
Can you add some details about how you are rendering references to the bundles? I have the bootstrap less files being compiled into a css and and its definitely not instant to see my changes.
For me it was about 10 seconds on a fast pc with an ssd. I saw this answer but none of these were the case for me.
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Despite all this, the view refused to update to include the new CSS file.
My solution was to create a minified version of the CSS file and include it in the project and it started working.
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