A simple request for those who make add-ons

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Mica
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A simple request for those who make add-ons

Post by Mica »

I just wanted to ask that all people who are making add-ons, that when commenting, put a space after the #. Some text highlighters will only highlight if there's a space, since there's other things that could use the # (can't think of anything just this second).

Sorry if this isn't deemed important enough, but I'd really like them to do so.
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Re: A simple request for those who make add-ons

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What is said # sign is used for a macro?
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Re: A simple request for those who make add-ons

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Better fix the thing that is broken: the syntax highlight script rather than expect that everyone "fixes" WML scripts that are correct.
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Re: A simple request for those who make add-ons

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Yes, what should be fixed in the syntax highlighting schema- it should be able to recognize a #define directive from a generic #foo comment. You may feel free to complain to the author of the highlighting schema or fix it yourself.

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