== instead of .equals() - warning not working

I have the use of == instead of .equals() set to 'warning' level in the settings.

It seems to be broken on Linux (3126) - can anyone else check this?

Nick

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Nick Pratt wrote:

I have the use of == instead of .equals() set to 'warning' level in the settings.
It seems to be broken on Linux (3126) - can anyone else check this?


Works for me on Windows XP and #3136.

Bas

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Ah, my bad - I had installed a clean copy of 3126, and by default the Error highlighting option seems to be disable.

Nick

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