CC BY-SA 4.0 by PeterVandivier
Currently it looks like editing and/or running the fiddle from the embed doesn't change the post. This is obviously good design, but I suggest adding an `Update this post` button or something similar alongside the embedding. This would make it clear to the user that the underlying post may need to be modified if they want it to persist the changes they have just typed Some related thoughts: * Button could hotlink to the `/edit` analogue with the commit message pre-populated à la "_updated fiddle from `abc` to `def`_" * Perhaps the button only appears on-edit or on-run when a new fiddle hash is generated? * Does it make sense to track a fiddle's "lineage" & possibly expose it to users to "_go back to that one edit I forgot what I did on but I know what the results looked like_" * Is there a not-gross way to expose the diff of either the post batch or the last-run batch to the active editor in the embed?