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Note that the 'old' version may remain cached in memory for sometime, unles it gets forced out by another request (similarly on the client browser).
You can force the browser to get the latest by using shift-reload instad of reload; this is supposed to force the server to get a fresh copy, overwriting any cached versions along the way. Same principle as a POST instead of a GET request.