[QScintilla] QsciLexerCSS bug for styling CSS comments.
phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Thu Jul 4 16:45:30 BST 2019
On 04/07/2019 12:16, Nicholas H.Tollervey wrote:
> Hi Folks (and especially Phil),
> It appears that all comments are ignored for styling by the
> class. See attached screenshot for an example of this in the Mu editor.
> I've tried to discover the correct style number for the matching of CSS
> comments (I assumed it'd be "comment" i.e. 9) but this doesn't have any
> effect on the rendered text. As far as I can tell, unmatched text
> fragments should use the default style, but this is blatantly not the
> case -- i.e. the comment block is matched as NOT default and NOT
> comment, so what exactly is it matched as (and how do I style it?)..?
> To reproduce, set a QsciLexerCSS instance as the lexer of a
> QsciScintilla instance, then try to change the styling for comments.
It will be fixed in tonight's snapshot.
As a workaround you can use the following instead of QsciLexerCSS...
def description(self, style):
if style == QsciLexerCSS.Comment:
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