|Summary:||Kdevelop auto-changes "this->someVar" into "this.someVar"|
|Latest Commit:||Version Fixed In:|
|Attachments:||test case showing the problem|
Description olig9 2010-07-15 18:54:06 UTC
Created attachment 49181 [details] test case showing the problem Version: 4.0.0 (using KDE 4.4.4) OS: Linux In certain cases, when typing "obj1 > this->mObj" Kdev will change the -> characters automatically to a dot when typing it, so it reads this.mObj . This is obviously incorrect in normal C++ code. Looks like this only happens in very special cases. See the test case. I think it has to do with: - obj1 being an object (if it's an int the problem doesn't appear) - the comparison being a greater-than (if it's a <, >= or == the problem doesn't appear) Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: - open the attached test case file in Kdev 4 - edit the "if" line: delete it and type it again, as: "if (obj1 > this->mObj)" - observe that the -> is automatically changed to "." Actual Results: The "->" characters are replaced by a "." character Expected Results: The "->" characters should stay as I typed them. Workaround is to type "(*this).someVar" instead :-) This happens with self-compiled Kdev 4.0.60, on RHEL 5.1.
Comment 1 Jan 2010-07-16 16:36:42 UTC
I can reproduce this with KDevelop 4.0.0 in KDE SC 4.5 RC2.
Comment 2 Olivier.jg 2011-01-15 06:35:58 UTC
Auto-close didn't work because diff was too long to be added as a comment. This is fixed by commit 6ac597c5e862b9891665025375a5febb9cf33404.