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cmartel Posted - Nov 15 2019 : 7:29:23 PM
When declaring a lambda function with an argument passed by reference, but omitting argument names, it seems as though the argument type gets parsed as a variable name instead. This breaks syntax highlighting for that type everywhere in that file.



To clarify, this is what I'm referring to:





If I remove the argument names (i.e.: to avoid unused argument warnings):





Note that this only seems to occur with references--if I change the argument for a value type, it parses correctly:



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accord Posted - Nov 17 2019 : 1:30:46 PM
I was able to create simplified test cases and reproduce the problem using your screenshots, thank you:

case=141507

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