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Bug 3729

The corresponding curly brace character is not highlighted in the Snap Develop Code Editor 04 December, 2019

paulo gomes
03 December, 2019
Product: PowerBuilder Category: SnapDevelop (PB Edition)
Version: 2019 R2 Beta Publishing: Public
Status: Transferring Priority: P3
Classification: Enhancement Resolution:
paulo gomes 04 December, 2019
Hi Logan,

I'm looking forward to have it implemented in the Code Editor !

Thank you.

Regards,

Paulo Gomes
pgomes@intervalintl.com
Logan Liu 04 December, 2019
Hi Paulo,

Thanks for reporting this problem and for your valuable suggestion! We'll transfer this as an enhancement request to our product team for consideration. 

Regards,
Logan
Chris Pollach 03 December, 2019
Hi Paulo;

  Thank you for reporting this non-productive intellisense behaviour!

  I will now transfer this ticket over to the main Engineering team for a fix.

Regards ... Chris
paulo gomes 03 December, 2019
*Phenomenon:

The corresponding curly brace character is not highlighted in the Snap Develop Code Editor.

The curly brace characters start/end a C# code structure, like in an IF code sequence.

It helps a lot to be able to highlight the 'start' curly brace in the beginning of a code sequence (the '{' character) and scroll down to find which 'end' curly brace character '}' is highlighted. This code "strategy" also is used the other way around: bottom up.

All Visual Studio version that I used so far has this behavior as default for the code editor.

Is it a behavior that can be set in the Snap Develop Code Editor settings page ?

Thank you.

Regards,

Paulo Gomes
pgomes@intervalintl.com

*Reproduce Steps:


Remarks:
OS:
Windows 10 
Platform:
64-bit 
Database Type:
Oracle 
Database Version:
12C