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Id: 59213
Status: new
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Queue: Syntax-Highlight-Engine-Kate

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Requestors: gerph [...] gerph.org
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Severity: Important
Broken in: 0.06
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Subject: Objective-C module fails with an error when it hits keywords
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The Objective C module has checks in the form: if ($self->testKeyword($text, 'keywords', 0, undef, 0, '#stay', 'Keyword')) { ... and if ($self->testKeyword($text, 'types', 0, undef, 0, '#stay', 'Data Type')) { ... These don't appear to work - they result in the template looking for a 'Keyword' or 'Data Type' callback. From examination of the C colourer module, I believe that there should be an extra 0 parameter before the 'undef', ie: if ($self->testKeyword($text, 'keywords', 0, 0, undef, 0, '#stay', 'Keyword')) { ... and if ($self->testKeyword($text, 'types', 0, 0, undef, 0, '#stay', 'Data Type')) { ... Having made this change locally the Objective C files are now coloured correctly here. Also Objective C files aren't in the list of .m files in Kate.pm. These could be added as well, as Objective C files are becoming more common.


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