thanks for the information.
#region and #endregion are preprocessor directives. they are used for a
code folding feature provided by microsoft Visual Studio .Net. as fas as i
am aware, thats all they are there for and are completely ignored by the
i just need them to be ignored when semantic parses the file (i dont know i=
code folding can be done in emacs too with them just like VS.Net). any hel=
will be appreciated. i am taking a look at the wisent-csharp* files to see
if i can do something myself too.
On 3/14/06, Eric M. Ludlam <eric@...> wrote:
> >>> "Amit Lath" <amitlath@...> seems to think that:
> >the semantic webpage says that semantic supports c#. i am using ECB wit=
> >emacs 21.3 which i believe uses semantic in the background (?).
> >when i have the c# #region and #endregion preprocessor directives, the
> >parser fails to parse the file. how can i add support for these
> >into semantic, so that ecb correctly handles them.
> >ps: which file does semantic use to parse c#?
> [ ... ]
> The C# support was written by David Shilvock and is in
> cedet/contrib/wisent-csharp*. I don't know C#, but if you let me know
> what a #region is, I can get you started.
> Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...=
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