Edmund,

I think I see the issue... It may be related to the performance issues I've tried to report previously.

I just recreated the issue in the same source member again. When I look at the status bar (bottom right of my RDi Window) is see:

"Live parsing BDC100.SQLRPGLE: (50%)"

And it's been sitting here for 15 minutes... even after I've fixed errors and recompiled.

Greg

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Edmund,

Thanks for the explanation... I would be happy to submit a PMR, however it's likely you will not be able to reproduce it. I saved/closed the source member, and then re-opened it. Since then I have been unable to reproduce the issue. I do not have any /if compiler directives... /copy only.

I also have nothing in Preferences>Remote Systems>IBM i>Program Verifiers>ILE RPG>Defines.

I can say that I have seen this before... I just don't know what editing conditions preceded the issue.

A few things I did just prior to obvserving the issue:
1. Inserted an "IF-ELSE-ENDIF" statement 2. Inserted several "eval" statements w/out first declaring the NewVariable(s).
NewVariable = %abs(var1 - var2);
3. Copied an existing procedure within the pgm to create a new procedure.

Really, nothing out of the ordinary.

If you think it's worthwhile, I would be happy to open a PMR and provide the source member.

Thanks,
Greg

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Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2018 6:16 AM
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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] In-line Syntax issues


Hi Greg
Every time you make an edit, RDi parses the RPG and creates an in-memory model that it uses for the outline view and the increasingly rich hovers and hyperlinks.
If it fails to parse, it will put out an annotation like the one you see about the missing ENDIF. Since it did not succeed it keeps around the last successful model for the outline view, hovers etc. That is why your hovers are off, they are using an out-of-date model.

If the source compiles cleanly then there must be a bug in RDi itself, there must be something in the source that the parser is not handling. As far as I know we are handling all ILE RPG constructs, down to the latest thing that Barbara Morris has written. So the best course of action is to submit the source to IBM via a PMR so I can fix this.
The only think I can think of is if you have code conditionally compilable through /if. The parser uses the same defines as the Program Verifier so doing Ctrl-Shift-V would detect this. The defines are set in the
Preferences>Remote Systems>IBM i>Program Verifiers>ILE RPG>Defines.

Hope this helps,
Edmund


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From: Greg Wilburn <gwilburn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "WDSCI-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <WDSCI-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 2018-01-09 02:46 PM
Subject: [WDSCI-L] In-line Syntax issues
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Anyone know what causes the in-line syntax checker to go nuts?

I was editing a source member today when I observed two separate issues:


1. The source was marked as if an "endif" was missing - hovering over
the ! character, the message indicated "endif inserted to complete scope"

2. I inserted 3 new lines in the "calc" area... hovering over the
variables actually displayed the properties for a variable 4-5 lines down.

The code compiles and the error still displays... the only way to clear it is to close the source member and reopen in the editor.

The code is completely free format.
I'm running version 9.5.1.0

Greg
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