autocomplete for functions without ( )



  • I am working with a small scripting language that uses the format

    FunctionName,Parm1,Parm2,Parm3,Parm...n
    

    While working on implementing autocomplete I run into an issue with the tooltips not continuing the syntax highlight (the tip just says highlighted on the first param) on to the next param after the first param.

    screenshot

    <Environment ignoreCase="yes" startFunc="," stopFunc="" paramSeparator="," terminal="" additionalWordChar=""/>
    		<KeyWord name="Exec" func="yes">
    			<Overload retVal="" descr="Runs the commands found in a named [Section] of a script file.">
    				<Param name="FileName" />
    				<Param name="Section" />
    				<Param name="[Parameters]" />
    			</Overload>
    		</KeyWord>
    

    is there something I have missed when working with this sort of syntax where the startFunc= is the same character as paramSeperator=?



  • @Jonathan-Holmgren said in autocomplete for functions without ( ):

    While working on implementing autocomplete I run into an issue with the tooltips not continuing the syntax highlight (the tip just says highlighted on the first param) on to the next param after the first param.

    Yes, it is assumed that startFunc and paramSeparator characters are different.



  • I was afraid that would be the case. Thanks for confirming.


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