#3810 The comment character of JavaScript in HTML is wrong

minor bug
closed-fixed
Dale Anson
5
2014-03-31
2013-07-03
funa take
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<!-- --> will be inserted if range (or line) comment is used for JavaScript in HTML.
I expect /* */ (or //).

It seems that an indent function is not work, either.

Revison 23057

Discussion

  • Owain Formby
    Owain Formby
    2013-07-07

    Also incorrectly comments out PHP code, uses <!-- --> rather than // and /* */

     
  • There is a regression somewhere, I think a change introduced in rev 20563 is the cause

     
  • Alan Ezust
    Alan Ezust
    2014-03-25

    • assigned_to: Dale Anson
    • Group: --> minor bug
     
  • Dale Anson
    Dale Anson
    2014-03-26

    I can't reproduce this issue. With the move of svn repositories recently, I can't find the change made in 20563.

     
  • Dale Anson
    Dale Anson
    2014-03-26

    • status: open --> closed-works-for-me
     
  • Dale Anson
    Dale Anson
    2014-03-26

    • status: closed-works-for-me --> open
     
  • Dale Anson
    Dale Anson
    2014-03-26

    Missed the part about "in HTML", I'll take another look at this.

     
  • Dale Anson
    Dale Anson
    2014-03-31

    I still can't reproduce this. I believe the changes introduced in revision 23418 handle this situation. That change fixed some mode delegation issues so that the proper syntax highlighting and mode properties were applied correctly to script tags in html.

     
  • Dale Anson
    Dale Anson
    2014-03-31

    • status: open --> closed-fixed