To my knowledge, 99.99% of all crashes are due to either:
1. The source-highlight parser (which we recently abandoned)
2. implicit C++ destructor accessing a prematurely freed observer
(When closing the app or a window) in chromium-tabs
No 1 is no longer an issue (although the new text parser will probably
case a crash or two), but no 2 need some love. Fixing it is—like
everything else—up being fixed by anyone who wants to fix it.
> 2. The syntax highlighter seems bodged. For example, when writing a
> PHP script and opening quotes, it re-colours the code from that point
> on and won't right itself when I type another quote to close a string.
> To restore formatting, I have to either select an alternative syntax
> and then switch back to PHP; or cut the whole document and re-paste.
As mentioned, we are moving toward a different text parsing system
(with a much cleaner design). Thus any syntax highlighting-related
bugs in 0.0.3 are no longer relevant.
> I realise Kod is in very early days, but I feel these two are the
> major issues at the moment.
I agree. Crash bugs are #1 blocker for people to use Kod 0.0.3 IMO.
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