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dgallo Posted - Nov 28 2013 : 05:17:09 AM

I'm facing a syntax coloring problem with c++ 11 in-class initialization form:

It's seems "{}" syntax is causing trouble to VAssist.

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sean Posted - Feb 26 2014 : 10:41:00 AM
case=79074 is fixed in build 2029
feline Posted - Dec 17 2013 : 11:09:50 PM
Apologies for the slow reply. Thank you for the clear code example, I am seeing the same problem with this code:

dgallo Posted - Dec 11 2013 : 03:13:56 AM
Using VAS2007 and VS2013, Windows 8.1 x64

With this contruct I was able to reproduce the problem.
class testGeneralCode
	int *instanceOne{};
	int *instanceTwo{}, *instanceThree{}, *instanceFour{};

feline Posted - Dec 10 2013 : 3:31:19 PM
Apologies for the slow reply. Using VS2007 and VS2013 I am seeing a different result. I have added the following very simple test case to a .cpp file:

class testCreatingInstances { };

void testGeneralCode()
	testCreatingInstances *instanceOne{};
	testCreatingInstances *instanceTwo{}, *instanceThree{}, *instanceFour{};

All 4 variables are shown in the same colour by VA, the colour I have set for local variables. I have local variables in bold turned on.

If you place the caret into "m_CheckInstitute" and "m_CheckService" in turn, what is shown in the VA definition field? This is the right hand side of the two fields VA shows, normally at the top of the editor.

For my sample code I am seeing:

testCreatingInstances *instanceTwo
testCreatingInstances * instanceThree

which seems reasonable and correct.

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