Bug 9515 - F# comment hightlighting not working properly
Summary: F# comment hightlighting not working properly
Status: RESOLVED FIXED
Alias: None
Product: Xamarin Studio
Classification: Desktop
Component: Text Editor ()
Version: 3.0.x
Hardware: Macintosh Mac OS
: Low normal
Target Milestone: ---
Assignee: Mike Krüger
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Reported: 2013-01-12 05:24 UTC by nicolas.rolland
Modified: 2013-01-23 02:43 UTC (History)
2 users (show)

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Description nicolas.rolland 2013-01-12 05:24:13 UTC
In a fsx file in monodevelop, (*) makes the syntax highlight switch to comment code, until the next (*).
This should not be the case, as it referes to the operator multiply, and not to a comment.


Exemple  :

let partial n = (*) n 
this is some text that is hightlighted as a comment while it should not be the case  
let partial2 n = (*) n 

let IamHighlightednormally = 0 


Correct behaviour for comment is available here :
http://lorgonblog.wordpress.com/2009/02/08/the-basic-syntax-of-f-keywords-and-constructs/
Comment 1 Mike Krüger 2013-01-23 02:43:41 UTC
fixed