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  • Posted a comment on ticket #498 on Code::Blocks

    your link doesn't explain the way \sa works.. that's why I've linked the explanation to how it actually behaves. If you read the \sa description, you'd get the impression that every word in there is a function / variable, yet every word is checked as one but doesn't need to be one. And yes... Doxygen usually checks for functions and variables in any comment (type) but has only specific formats it actually parses like <func>(params) and ::variable (and others) while a \sa matches every single word...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #498 on Code::Blocks

    well... a Doxygen example would look like: \sa Inside a see also section any word is checked, so EType, Val1, GVal1, ~Autolink_Test and member will be replaced by links in HTML. as seen here: https://www.stack.nl/~dimitri/doxygen/manual/autolink.html So that basically means that a real Doxygen is smart enough to detect "valid" links and only creates those.. Is it possible for our Code::Blocks plugin to verify names as required? I've seen other places that lack such "verification"...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #421 on Code::Blocks

    This is how it looks on Windows. (default size) And I can confirm that resizing works...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #421 on Code::Blocks

    now, if one could implement the suggested drop-down menu items to enhance/improve...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #232 on Code::Blocks

    oh right... my patch to src/plugins/codecompletion/parser/parser_base.cpp only covered...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #232 on Code::Blocks

    I've wrote a basic implementation, but it only does substring tests, so it's not...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #393 on Code::Blocks

    And to clarify what I've meant, I'm currently using this which seems to work so far.....

  • Posted a comment on ticket #393 on Code::Blocks

    well.. "complex" code is faster :P But your patch doesn't need to use the "cache"...

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