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John_H_Bergman
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Posted - Oct 11 2005 :  6:56:24 PM  Show Profile
I noticed editting my C# files that

#region
blah.. blah...

#endregion<enter>

replaces #endregion with #endif; and #endregion does not show up in the listbox.

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feline
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Posted - Oct 12 2005 :  2:27:10 PM  Show Profile
thats not good. using VS 2003 and VA 1426 this does not happen. do you actually get the semi colon as well? or is that just a character in the post?

which IDE and version of VA are you using?

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John_H_Bergman
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Posted - Oct 20 2005 :  5:23:32 PM  Show Profile
With 1428, I still have the same problem. VS2003 is the IDE

You do not get the semi-colons.

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feline
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Posted - Oct 22 2005 :  11:51:59 AM  Show Profile
i cannot reproduce this when adding #region and #endregion to an existing C# file, or even when simply adding an unpaired #endregion to the file.

does this happen all of the time, in all files? what about different projects? do you have the time to create a default C# console or windows app and try this in that?

is there anything "odd" about your setup or machine?

if you open the file:

C:\\Program Files\\Visual Assist X\\Autotext\\CS.TPL

in notepad, or something similar, end search for "endif" are there any references? there should not be any, but an autotext rule might just explain what you are seeing.

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Edited by - feline on Oct 22 2005 11:53:37 AM
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John_H_Bergman
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Posted - Oct 23 2005 :  8:14:10 PM  Show Profile
Yes, this appears to happen consistently, even with new projects. what do you mean by "odd", I cannot think of anything that would be considered odd about my computer.

I find this at the top of my CS.TPL file (also, I have NEVER editted these files)


a::#d:
#define 
a::#u:
#undef 
a::#if:
#if false
$selected$
#endif

a::#if:
#if _DEBUG
$selected$
#endif

a::#ifn:
#if (!$end$)
$selected$
#endif

a::#el:
#else
a::#eli:
#elif 
a::#en:
#endif
a:region ... #endregion:#r:
#region $end$
$selected$
#endregion

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feline
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Posted - Oct 25 2005 :  6:41:52 PM  Show Profile
oops, my mistake about references to endif. i was searching my own cs.tpl file, i had forgotten that i always tell VA to leave these alone since i have made various changes to my C++ file.

moving to the C# template file shipped with 1428 i am getting the same effect if i press enter. the autotext suggestion for "#endif" appears when i type "#en", but never disappears, so it is accepted when i press enter.

is this what you are seeing?



case=858

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Posted - Dec 09 2005 :  1:39:22 PM  Show Profile
Fixed in 1435.
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