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|Summary:||Comment toggle issue|
|Issue Type:||ENHANCEMENT||Exception Reporter:|
Description crimcat 2008-08-07 00:51:37 UTC
Hello, This issue is more specific to C/C++ development so I have posted it to CND/EDITOR. Ctrl-Shift-C key combination is defined to toggle comments on and off. But for some coding style triple-slash comment style is used like the following: /// a_class::methos(); Current implementation after Ctrl-Shift-C removes only '//', which leads to wrong C++ syntax. Suggest removing all slashes to get compilable code. Also, this may be applicable for any number of slashes. Suggest uncomment to compilable source code in the case.
Comment 1 Alexander Simon 2008-08-28 19:28:57 UTC
It looks as enchancement
Comment 2 dnikitin 2008-11-05 16:07:51 UTC
>> Suggest removing all slashes I think that it's not solution. So, If I try to comment the following code: // invoke methodA a_class::methodA(); and then try to uncomment this code then I will get uncompilable source code (because comment line will be uncommented too).