I'm working on a batch file in Windows 7 Ultimate. I'm using notepad++ with the runme extension.
When I run the batch file and make some changes directly after that, I am not able to save the .bat file, because windows says it's been used by another process.
So I need to wait about 60 seconds until I'm able to re-save the file to test the changes.
Same goes when using the built-in Notepad.
Strangely I can delete the .bat file directly after running it, but saving doesn't work.
Some months ago, when I was working on another batch-file, everything was working ok.
Is there any way to stop this strange behaviour? Or is there at least any way to see which process is blocking the file?