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JavaScript Template Literals: remaning code loses highlighting #1809

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manngo opened this Issue Jul 16, 2016 · 2 comments

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manngo commented Jul 16, 2016

Short Summary

If I add a JavaScript template literal, the code after the current function loses its highlighting.
This seems to be limited to literals with embedded variables.

Steps to Reproduce

  • Create two functions.
  • In the first function add the following code: var a=3; alert('value is ${a}');

Sorry, but I can’t get the backtick to appear in the code above. Please replace the single quote (') with a backtick!

Expected results

The rest of the code should be highlighted.

Actual results

Code after the first function is not highlighted.

Platform Information

Komodo Edit or IDE? Edit
Komodo Version? 10.0.1
Operating System (and version)? OS X 10.11.5

Additional Information

I can get it to work again by changing the syntax highlighter to another language and then back to JavaScript.

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Defman21 commented Jul 16, 2016

I have the same problem.

(function() {
    var variable = 1;
    this.test = () =>
    {
        console.log(`test ${variable}`);
    };

    this.test2 = () =>
    {
        console.log("I'm green");
    };
}).apply(module.exports);

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mitchell-as commented Jul 18, 2016

Thanks for the report. I can reproduce this.

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