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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0022693LazarusLCLpublic2012-08-23 08:52
ReporterGiulio BernardiAssigned ToMartin Friebe 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
Status closedResolutionfixed 
PlatformLinux x86_64, fpc 2.6.0 OSLinux x86_64 OS VersionFedora 16
Product Version1.1 (SVN)Product Buildrev 38329 
Target Version1.2.0Fixed in Version1.1 (SVN) 
Summary0022693: TSynHighlighterMultiScheme.CaseSensitive is ignored
DescriptionTSynHighlighterMultiScheme.CaseSensitive is ignored. TSynMultiSyn always behaves as if the property was set to True.
Steps To ReproduceBuild and run the attached program, where a multisyn uses the HTML highlighter as the default one, and the PHP highlighter for "<?php ... ?>" blocks.
Things work, but if you change the "<?php" line to, say, "<?pHp", php scheme isn't recognized anymore, even if CaseSensitive property of the php scheme is set to false.
TagsNo tags attached.
Fixed in Revision38339
LazTarget-
WidgetsetGTK 2
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2012-08-22 12:34

 

multisynbug.tar.bz2 (3,186 bytes)

Martin Friebe

2012-08-23 04:57

manager   ~0061820

Please test and close if ok

Giulio Bernardi

2012-08-23 08:52

reporter   ~0061822

Perfect, thank you.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2012-08-22 12:34 Giulio Bernardi New Issue
2012-08-22 12:34 Giulio Bernardi File Added: multisynbug.tar.bz2
2012-08-22 12:34 Giulio Bernardi Widgetset => GTK 2
2012-08-22 14:11 Martin Friebe Status new => assigned
2012-08-22 14:11 Martin Friebe Assigned To => Martin Friebe
2012-08-23 04:57 Martin Friebe Fixed in Revision => 38339
2012-08-23 04:57 Martin Friebe LazTarget => -
2012-08-23 04:57 Martin Friebe Status assigned => resolved
2012-08-23 04:57 Martin Friebe Fixed in Version => 1.1 (SVN)
2012-08-23 04:57 Martin Friebe Resolution open => fixed
2012-08-23 04:57 Martin Friebe Note Added: 0061820
2012-08-23 04:57 Martin Friebe Target Version => 1.2.0
2012-08-23 08:52 Giulio Bernardi Status resolved => closed
2012-08-23 08:52 Giulio Bernardi Note Added: 0061822