[Geany-devel] Real-time tag parsing (again) (was Geany FTW - better autocompletion)
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Sun Jan 30 13:22:49 UTC 2011
Le 30/01/2011 14:02, Enrico Tröger a écrit :
> On Mon, 20 Dec 2010 23:44:26 +0100, Colomban wrote:
>> Still me...
>> In a close topic, I just found how to fix the suffix of anonymous
>> strucs/enums symbols in C-style languages, patch attached.
> Fix the suffix? What was wrong?
The number used as suffix for anonymous structures and unions. It
currently always increase and is never reset to 0. It's not a real
problem, but it the tag list get update in live-time, it grows very fast
and easily reaches 1000, 5000 or worst -- only depends on the number of
reparsing and anonymous enum/structs in the file.
>> However, I wonder why it was like it was before, was there a reason?
>> I mean, the variable (contextual_fake_count) pas properly initialized,
>> but in initialize*Parser() (which is called only once per language).
>> I feel weird about this being an accident... I see 3 possibilities:
>> 1) it was actually an accident, fixing it is good;
>> 2) the behavior of the tagmanager changed and initialise*Parser() was
>> used to be called before each parse, so fixing it is good;
>> 3) it was intentional for some reasons, so "fixing" it is probably
>> As a possible reason for 3, I'd think that it was perhaps to avoid
>> having two anonymous symbols with the same name in a workspace. But I
>> don't see why it'd be a problem to have those "conflicts", since name
>> clash is not an issue with the TM workspace...
>> What do you know/think?
> Not sure.
> If I read the SVN log correctly, Nick committed it as backport of
> Anjuta code (svn diff -r1194:1195).
Right, thanks for finding the commit! :)
However, it doesn't easily tell which of the 3 possibilities is the one,
maybe initialize*Parser() used to be called before each and every
parsing. Or maybe Anjuta uses a separate process for tag parsing, in
which case it isn't a concern since it is automatically reset between
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