3185: Coloring inside JSP is erratic

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The task: insert an HTML style comment in a JSP. This would be "<!-- some
comment -->".

The result. Entering "<" (before even getting to the "<!--" part, which
also doesn't make a difference) results in strangely colored blocks that
don't match anything I have colors setup for.

Hmmm....







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Here's what the final comment looks like...


"Michael Morett" <michaelmorett@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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The task: insert an HTML style comment in a JSP. This would be "<!--

some

comment -->".

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The result. Entering "<" (before even getting to the "<!--" part, which
also doesn't make a difference) results in strangely colored blocks that
don't match anything I have colors setup for.

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Hmmm....

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It's present in 3193 also.


"Michael Morett" <michaelmorett@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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The task: insert an HTML style comment in a JSP. This would be "<!--

some

comment -->".

>

The result. Entering "<" (before even getting to the "<!--" part, which
also doesn't make a difference) results in strangely colored blocks that
don't match anything I have colors setup for.

>

Hmmm....

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Known bug, for a long time. This will probably be fixed when they finish the CSS/Javascript parsers and lexers. Take a look in the tracker, there are also exceptions related to this.

And oh, as a workoround, everytime this happen you can close the current editor and open it again. The chances are things will be fine again.

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Hi,

Marcus Brito wrote:

Known bug, for a long time. This will probably be fixed when they finish the CSS/Javascript parsers and lexers. Take a look in the tracker, there are also exceptions related to this.


Actually after landing EL lexing / parsing, and even then JSP support
will be rewritten, so even we will try to do as smooth as possible there
will be some larger problems.


And oh, as a workoround, everytime this happen you can close the current editor and open it again. The chances are things will be fine again.



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Actually after landing EL lexing / parsing, and even
then JSP support
will be rewritten, so even we will try to do as
smooth as possible there
will be some larger problems.


Maxim, it's actually the second time I hear that JSP support will be rewritten from scratch (maybe the first time was from you too). How about rolling back HTML/JSP/CSS support to the same level as Pallada release while this isn't done? I do like the new features, but I don't want to lose time reporting bugs against something that will be thrown away later.

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I work in JSP 2.0-land all day. It's not done, but it is a step in the
correct direction.

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Marcus Brito wrote:

>>Actually after landing EL lexing / parsing, and even
>>then JSP support
>>will be rewritten, so even we will try to do as
>>smooth as possible there
>>will be some larger problems.
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>Maxim, it's actually the second time I hear that JSP support will be rewritten from scratch (maybe the first time was from you too). How about rolling back HTML/JSP/CSS support to the same level as Pallada release while this isn't done? I do like the new features, but I don't want to lose time reporting bugs against something that will be thrown away later.

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