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Bug 3000 seems to have regressed.
When the on the fly formatter is triggered by a semicolon, undoing it removes the semicolon.
it removes the semicolon + formatting changes.
Since it's one operation this is correct. The issue is that a undo there that don't remove the semicolon doesn't make sense.
The problem is, if the formatter makes unwanted changes, it's impossible to revert them. The formatting *is* a separate operation, just one that happens to be triggered by the semicolon. Visual Studio does it like I suggested, probably for this reason.
should work now.