Ha, probably never, if it's the same syntax highlighting bug I saw 10 years ago. The real question is: why aren't you using C# or some other real programming language out-of-process? Do you require the speed of VBScript?
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I did a lot with C#. But learned in the past years...
- With VBScript the Interface to Mentor has much more performance (in "each" things, especially on query of collections)
- you can bind the script direct to the App (Set App = Application) maybe that's why so fast compared to C# (Create /GetObject)
- on direct bind you are able to have open more applications, but script takes the right one.
- and that's why I use more and more the .efm dialogs of Mentor
Performance and Binding!
And so I appeal to the engineering of Mentor, to solve this big fat bad bug.
I have an idea for a library that would allow you to get the benefits of VBScript (association with the correct App, speed) in C#. If I were to create this, would you be interested? Open source, of course.