Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 179607
Show extra characters when editing java source
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:22 EST
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Description of problem:
When I try to edit a java source code:
For eclipse installed from eclipse.org, it will show an extra character beside each quote (") and each semicolon (;).
For eclipse included in FC5 test2, it has no syntax highlight at all (but it has no extra character problem).
I tested it on both gij and sun-jdk 1.5.0_06.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open a java file
2.Put string in a method: String s = "test";
Actual Results: For eclipse from eclipse.org, it shows: String s = #"test"#;#
Here the # denotes a square character.
Expected Results: Show String s = "test";
Not String s = #"test"#;#
It has not an exception occured. There's maybe some bugs for eclipse's editor component with FC5 system. Jedit and Netbeans had no such problem when editing source codes.
Yeah, I think this might be a gtk bug. Matthias?
There was a pango bug for a while where it would show special unicode characters
like RLM. That should all be fixed now, I think. Does this still happen with
pango 1.11.3 ?
Thanks for your information, I updated the pango, and now eclipse behaves quite
well. Thank you guys.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Thanks for your information, I updated the pango, and now eclipse behaves quite
> well. Thank you guys.
Cool. Can you close this now?