apologies if this seems like a lazy question. In our software we are currently using the QWhale source code editors for VB.NET and C# user-defined scripts. I am not happy with some of the quircks of QWhale and less happy still with the pace at which they are being fixed. I heard good things about the actipro code editor controls and I'd like to know whether a short list of features is actually available before I spend a long time trying to shoehorn it into the main product. Can actipro SyntaxEditor:
- handle all VB.NET and C# language features of .NET 3.5 upwards? (i.e. Linq, lambda expressions and so on)
- handle per-line readonly settings?
- handle partial namespaces similar to the VB.NET editor in VS?
I assume the answers to all three are 'yes', but just in case. Do I need extension packs for some of this?
Thank you for your time,