Inline tag behavior in Studio 2014 (YAML / Delimited text file)
Thread poster: Hannu Jaatinen

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Nov 17, 2013


I'm having trouble removing the comment lines, which start with #, from YML files in my project.

Here's a section of the file

# no need to translate
ipss: IPSS altogether
# no need to translate
iief: IIEF-5 altogether
activity: Activity
admin: Administrator
adverse_effect: Adverse effect
must_be_integer: must be integer
should_be_bigger_than: should be bigger than %{min}
should_be_smaller_than: should be smaller than %{max}
cant_be_in_future: can not be in the future
overlaps: The selected date interval may not overlap any of your existing vacations
# Attribute names for specific models (under activerecord)
grade: Grade

I have used "#.*" as my inline tag rule and several online regex testers highlight the comment files correctly, but Studio 2014 includes "Attribute names for specific models (under activerecord)" in the file even though it correctly omits the first two commented lines, i.e. "no need to translate".

Any ideas what can cause this and how to fix it?

TIA, Hannu Jaatinen

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Inline tag behavior in Studio 2014 (YAML / Delimited text file)

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