I agree there's a case for either warning the users that they're using the wrong syntax, or for automatically replacing
However: both would need the system to recognize usernames and I'm not sure how easy that is. Already, multiple
@mentions are rejected, but I'm not sure if that just looks for the
@ character, or really tries to find matches? Also, support for hitting Tab after typing
+... might make finding the erroneous use a bit easier?
Anyway, a simple† query from the Data Explorer shows examples like:
+rep? do you mean a vote up?
+This is correct. The array is NOT empty or nil, so the else gets evald [...]
+Santosh Thanks for your reply. However I created a policy file already.
+Peter Thanks again. However how can you set the size of the young [...]
+Peter Thanks for your answer. these options are set to the following [...]
+Lawrey I'll do it. Thanks for your advice :)
+Lawrey Thanks for your answer and I understand your point of view. However [...]
+AlexR Lool, I am talking about 35.7 MB of JARs.
+Joonas Thanks for your answer. You are right, but ProGuard can handle [...]
+iApple, no difference.
+Nekto, I guess it will do nothing. And I doubt it's relevant to the crash I see.
+JVersty Thanks for the tool! I think it will solve my problem. :)
+many for this. This is the only correct answer, because it can indeed be [...]
+reload means that you are calling some static method. make sure you are [...]
+Edit: found http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/112575 [...]
† Simple as in: not covering all cases. Basically just looking for comments starting with a plus.