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This is a simple library for detecting profanities within a text string.

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Please add support for .svelte files

I have plans to add multiple delimiter types shortly which will allow for this to work. See https://github.com/aaron-bond/better-comments/issues/154 and https://github.com/aaron-bond/better-comments/issues/33

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How to do multiline comments

Hi!

First of all, I love the extension. It helps me, besides other things, better document my code. One thing that bothers me is how to make proper multiline comments. In order to do that I was prefixing every single line, like this:

! It's very important it works the way it works.
! Explanation of relationships and the bigger picture.
! List of everything I was considering when I wrote the code.

But it's not very practical when doing TODO comments. In the settings and docs, I found that extension somehow supports multiline comments, but I can't find how exactly. Here is my latest try after reading other issues:

Screenshot

So my question is - how to do proper multline comments?

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Coloring tag doesn't work like README

I've tried commenting like README.md, but tag color does not appear when the * is placed in front of other tag. sample-support

I have no problem with this situation, but I thought I misconfigured something about the plug-in for a day. The picture of README.md may be changed.

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Bash string manipulation commands using `#*` incorrectly colored as "important" comments

The problem is that I use a general mechanism for detecting comments based on a delimiter. There's nothing in the logic currently to say that something is a comment in certain situations vs others it's not.

For example:

VAR=${VAR#*[}

isn't a comment here, but in C#, the following would be:

var x = 123;//abc

So in one language, a space (or newline) is necessary to denote a comment, and in another it's optional. Coming up with a solution that fixes one and doesn't break the other is tricky

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[Feature request] Ignore "#!/" on the first line

A line start with "#!/" is often a shebang line (I does not think an alert will start with "/"), so I think it shuold not be decorated.

I have read issue #61, but there are many interpreters other than python, such as bash, lua, tcl, etc.

Do you think this is an considerable option? @aaron-bond

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[Feature request] Ignore "#!/" on the first line

If I'm being honest - there are a lot of bugs raised specifically about the fact that in Python the extension ignores the first line and that's a right pain in the arse. Gonna close this until someone requests it for a specific language

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python vs-code not functioning well

Closing this since without more info I've nothing to go on

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Feature idea - Comments as Footnotes

Saw this and thought it would be an awesome feature to add to your already amazing extension. https://twitter.com/justinmduke/status/1244042301225070592

Just seeing that mockup (below) is VERY compelling. In a nutshell, the ability to properly collapse and hide comments would be fantastic. Once hidden, give them some visibility and the easy option to view with a simple hover or click. Also probably needs an easy way to toggle the collapse/expand for all of them. Maybe also allow an option to pin one or more comments open?

You can read a tiny bit more about it here. https://css-tricks.com/newsletter/192-animating-gradients-emoji-favicons-and-the-art-of-code-comments/

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Feature idea - Comments as Footnotes

This is an interesting idea but if anything it looks more like a mechanism to call out to some internal documentation. I'd sooner implement a totally new extension which allows you to "peek" urls in a comment and you could point to whatever you want. That's actually a really neat idea.

I also appreciate someone advocating on behalf of better comments (™ :p) in general, but I'd argue that hiding them away is anti-pattern.

Still, food for thought, so thanks :)

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Bug: Parses comment tokens inside of strings

Treats comment tokens as actual comments inside of strings. This is bad news for something like hex codes or hash tags... Example:

python-comments

The same problem seems to exist in other languages, but // comes up a bit less option in Javascript strings, for example, so it's not as big of a deal:

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Bug: Parses comment tokens inside of strings

Yeah, this has come up on this too: #87

Closing as a duplicate, but working on a solution

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ShellScript coding considered as a comment

As per below the format "${example##*}" is valid script code, looks it's treated as comments in this plugin.

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ShellScript coding considered as a comment

Closing as a duplicate, tracking with #87

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Add FIXME and HACK to default tags

I think these are sane defaults

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Can you include a TODO outline to this extension?

I made the decision not to add this to the extension - given that each user can configure their own comment formats to highlight, it's something that would be far too comprehensive to add in here.

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Bright script and xml support

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Feature Request: language extension additions

What I meant is you can change the language mode to whatever you want - HTML in this case. Have you tried that?

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Can you include a TODO outline to this extension?

Similar to https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=Gruntfuggly.todo-tree, just without the need to use another comment extension...

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Can you include a TODO outline to this extension?

I made the decision not to add this to the extension - given that each user can configure their own comment formats to highlight, it's something that would be far too comprehensive to add in here.

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Needs "better comments" summary for opened folder/workspace

Pretty much like PROBLEMS window, there should be a specific tab for COMMENTS (much like a TODO list) Screenshot from 2020-03-04 12-32-52

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Needs "better comments" summary for opened folder/workspace

I made the decision not to add this to the extension - given that each user can configure their own comment formats to highlight, it's something that would be far too comprehensive to add in here.

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[Feature Request] Add list style ToDo along side X

For the Todo lists I offer to add a new microsyntax like this:

// TODO Create subsequent Person, RealPerson, Teacher and Student records // [x] Create Person // [ ] Create RealPerson // [ ] Create Teacher // [ ] Create Student

then the Create Person item will be Strike-through and the other came just like TODO style or a bit different.

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[Feature Request] Add list style ToDo along side X

You can add this to your own configuration in the settings. I actually think this is pretty cool, but it's not something I'd add to the defaults

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Feature Request. Is there a way to list all the questions, warning and TODOs all accross the project, similar to TODO Tree

I made the decision not to add this to the extension - given that each user can configure their own comment formats to highlight, it's something that would be far too comprehensive to add in here.

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Color spans until end-of-line, not end-of-comment

Simple example:

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In cases where there is

{
/*! safari */ -webkit-whatever: unset;
/*! IE */ -ms-whatever: unset;
/*! FF */ -moz-whatever: unset;
}

... it kills all styling on the lines

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Color spans until end-of-line, not end-of-comment

Tracking via https://github.com/aaron-bond/better-comments/issues/233

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Single line c-style comments aren't styled

example:

// this won't be styled
/* TODO: */
// this will be styled
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TODO 
*/

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Single line c-style comments aren't styled

Tracking via https://github.com/aaron-bond/better-comments/issues/256

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Single line block comments don't work as expected

Across multiple languages, having a block comment on a single line causes unintented highlighting (or no highlighting at all).

For example: image

This is caused by the way some of the comment delimiters are set up in the code and the way the regex finds block comments.

This bug tracks the following: https://github.com/aaron-bond/better-comments/issues/119 https://github.com/aaron-bond/better-comments/issues/233

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Highlighting not supported on single quote Python docstrings

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As shown above, if the first line is a TODO comment, for some reason it is not highlighted in the editor. If I push the comments down one line (e.g. so that the first comment is on line 2), then it highlights as usual.

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Highlighting not supported on single quote Python docstrings

Closing this out as I've no reasonable alternative here without ballooning the scope of the regex. Will keep it in mind if any future requests come in

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Feature request: Add support for html comment(<!-- Todo...-->)

It will be very nice if this tool could highlight the html Todo comment.

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Comments in HTML script tag don't highlight

I'm finding that comments in a <script> tag in an HTML file are not highlighting 😢

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Thanks for making this extension, love it.

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Better Comments is not working in SASS

In the documentation for the better comments extension for VS Code, it states that better comments works with both SCSS and SASS. However, this is not the case currently. Currently, better comments is not working in SASS files but it is working in SCSS files. This is very frustrating as the documentation is telling you something different than what it actually does. Please, would you fix the support for comments in SASS, both silent (// text here) and loud comments (/* text here*/). It is really frustrating not to be able to use better comments in SASS and might be a reason for me to uninstall it if the problem is not fixed soon. Please try and fix support for SASS comments as soon as possible as it would be a good reason for me to not recommend this extension if it is not fixed soon. Thanks.

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sass file extension not supported

sass is mentioned in the list on the read me but is not in the code (scss only).

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Regular multiline comments where each line starts with asterisk parse incorrectly

When you have a C style multiline comment where each line starts with an asterisk, the comment is parsed as if each line were a highlight. This does not happen when doc style multiline comments (/**) are used.

Example:

/*
* this isn't supposed to be highlighted
* ? This is a question but is not marked as such
*/

/**
* this isn't supposed to be highlighted
* ? This is a question but is not marked as such
*/

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Specify in documentation that multiline comments require extra asterisk

Expected Multi-line comments triggerd by /* are colorized like the rest.

Actual Only multi-line comments starting with /** are colorized.

See also: image

In other words, I didn't realize this extension is opinionated and expects that JSDoc patterns are used. In the ideal world, TODO and FIXMEs wouldn't even reach documentation, so expecting that a project follow JSDoc patterns seems like a catch-22 (or anti-pattern?).

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Specify in documentation that multiline comments require extra asterisk

I'll make an update to the ReadMe to make the JSDoc vs normal block comments distinction a bit clearer

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Multiline Doesn't work with CSharp (#) Language

Can you give me a bit more information here? C# is the main language I work in and I use this all the time:

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URL in a comment is unintentionally tagged

I've just realised that this is actually an issue with your custom settings. You're using BUG as a delimiter, which is then caught by https://bugzilla

I don't think there's a workaround here - the extension can't make any assumptions about what tags a user chooses, so it's hard to come up with exclusionary criteria.

How would it know when you meant to highlight //bug vs not?

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URL in a comment is unintentionally tagged

Really surprised I hadn't noticed this. Thanks for raising it; I'll get the regex updated to avoid catching any character other than whitespace between the start of the comment and the highlight delimiter

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Can't locate settings file for Visual Studio

I need to change the font colors, etc for some items that better comments uses. All the docs say change the user or workspace settings. However, I can't find where those settings are or how to add the changes. I have searched my pc and can't find anything with the "better-comments" tags.

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Can't locate settings file for Visual Studio

This extension doesn't work on VS2019. Perhaps you could try the brilliant extension by @omsharp: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=OmarRwemi.BetterComments

https://github.com/omsharp/BetterComments

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[FEATURE Request] .todo file

I've never seen that file extension. Presumably it's this: https://github.com/matthewpalmer/.todo ?

If so, what comments are you expecting to highlight?

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[feature request] support for bold and italic

Title, just like ~strikethrough~.

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[feature request] support for bold and italic

Resolved via #50 - will be in the next version of the extension

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Feature request: more font style options for comment tag

Currently, this extension only supports color and strikethrough options. Could you please add more font style options for comment tag?

Here's some other font style options that can be provided:

  • bold
  • italic
  • <u>underline</u>
  • font size
  • font family

Thank you.

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Feature request: more font style options for comment tag

Thanks to @Fr33maan this feature will be in the next version of the extension, so keep an eye out :)

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FEAT/FIX - bold/italic/underline + fix CI

FIX CI -> Stack overflow is our best friend -> link to the fix

New features in response to #50

  • add them as boolean
  • fontWeight not added because fontWeight accepts a string while the css doc await for a number. I don't want to include misleading options (property could be "bold", "700" but not 700) , better to keep a boolean than introduce complicated usage.
  • fontFamily and fontSize not availables in VSCode doc
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merged in here https://github.com/aaron-bond/better-comments/commit/e41ccc42252399423db8ebf7bacc7a36422bed7f Thanks for this. Will get a couple more features added and release a version this week :)

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FEAT/FIX - bold/italic/underline + fix CI

It occurs to me that there's no technical limitation to make these mutually-exclusive. So I'm making some changes to the PR unless you've objections?

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It's OK, you've convinced me. I'm testing this at the minute and assuming it's all good I'll merge today. Thanks :)

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FEAT/FIX - bold/italic/underline + fix CI

Thanks for this. I really like the bold/italic changes. I'm updating the vscode version too, so that should fix the issue with the typings.

I'm a little worried about introducing mutually-exclusive settings though re. the underline / strikethrough. That feels like something that'll get a lot of complaints. Is underline something you need?

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Unexpected whitespace color.

I've never heard anything back on my SO questions or other attempts to find a resolution to this.

I've raised a feature request here: https://github.com/microsoft/vscode/issues/102390

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Add the option to exclude whitespace characters from setDecoration

<!-- ⚠️⚠️ Do Not Delete This! feature_request_template ⚠️⚠️ --> <!-- Please read our Rules of Conduct: https://opensource.microsoft.com/codeofconduct/ --> <!-- Please search existing issues to avoid creating duplicates. -->

<!-- Describe the feature you'd like. --> I manage the Better Comments extension and an issue that has come up a few times is that users would like to be able to have the color styles applied to text only within comments; not the whitespace.

Here, I have a styles applied changing the comment colors: image

Rather than having whitespace characters go red/blue/green here, it would be nice to be able to exclude those and leave them as-is.

Thanks!

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The reverse-Scunthorpe problem

Thank you kindly @stephenhaunts

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The reverse-Scunthorpe problem

My PR has been merged already; the method is ContainsProfanity. I think @stephenhaunts is planning to release the nuget package with the update.

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Adding ContainsProfanity method

@stephenhaunts thanks for bringing this in :) much appreciated. If you don't mind, please give me a heads-up when this is expected in Nuget. Thanks!

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Adding ContainsProfanity method

@stephenhaunts let me know if there's a more appropriate name for the method

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Adding ContainsProfanity method

The Contains Profanity method will allow for incidences Scunthorpe being caught.

With a bit more time I think I'd like to profile the performance of the method but it appears to run pretty quick in my tests so far.

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This is a simple library for detecting profanities within a text string.

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The reverse-Scunthorpe problem

In my case it's a tool that generates random Ids for users; I don't want to end up with ass123 accidentally so this tool can give me a retry case.

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The reverse-Scunthorpe problem

@stephenhaunts if it's not something the package already does, would you be open to a PR with a new public method specifically to find cases like Scunthorpe?

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The reverse-Scunthorpe problem

@stephenhaunts yep, exactly. Is that a thing?

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The reverse-Scunthorpe problem

Hi there,

Assuming I have a use-case where I want the profanity in Scunthorpe to be detected - is that something I can do here? I've had a look through the public methods and can't find anything appropriate. Any suggestions?

Thanks!

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Add support for netcoreapp2.2

@adamsitnik Hi, I can see some references to .NET standard support but not much for core 3.1. Is there a timeframe on that support?

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