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Another C++ parser fix... [message #18284] Sat, 20 September 2008 10:19 Go to next message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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(I am in zero tolerance mode w.r.t. parser:)

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Re: Another C++ parser fix... [message #18484 is a reply to message #18284] Fri, 03 October 2008 09:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Mindtraveller is currently offline  Mindtraveller
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It looks like latest parser considers
typedef MTSettings CLASSNAME;

like possible error and colours code after class declaration with yellow.
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Re: Another C++ parser fix... [message #18485 is a reply to message #18484] Fri, 03 October 2008 11:00 Go to previous message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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This is not really parser bug, but syntax highlighting bug. But its related:

The new heurestics, which so far proven to work very well, restarts "file-level" when it encounters a line starting with identifier and not ending with ':'.

Means if you are not the single one to put unindented typedefs into class, we have a problem Smile (I still hope it was just a mistake, not intentional indenting style Smile

Anyway, this still was syntax hightlighting issue, now it is fixed (the paper should be and is fixed to be white). Please check...

Mirek

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