Detailed Update List
- Added the PieChart and DonutChart controls, which render beautiful pie charts.
- Added numerous pie and donut chart samples.
- Added the ability to display percentages on axis tick labels when StackKind is set to Percentage.
- Improved the Scatter chart type sample with a real world example.
- Fixed issue where adding an EventSetter to MarkerStyle would cause error.
- Fixed issue where XYSeries.ItemsSource did not work properly with all types of enumerables.
- Added a DelimiterAutoCompleter class that implements the new IDelimiterAutoCompleter language service and can be easily applied to custom languages to auto-complete closing delimiters when opening delimiters such as braces are typed.
- Added the SyntaxEditor.IsDelimiterAutoCompleteEnabled property that can be set to false to turn off any delimiter auto-complete features that the current syntax language supports.
- Updated the Getting Started #14 QuickStart to show implementation of delimiter auto-completion in a custom language.
- Added a DelimiterIndentProvider class that can be used as a base class for indent providers that wish to have auto-indent occur when pressing Enter within a curly brace pair.
- Updated the Getting Started #12 QuickStart to show usage of the new DelimiterIndentProvider base class functionality in a custom language.
- Added the SyntaxEditor.WordWrapMode property, which can be set to enable new word wrap features.
- Added the SyntaxEditor.AreWordWrapGlyphsVisible property, which can be set to display a margin with glyphs that show wrapped lines.
- Added the Word Wrap QuickStart.
- Added a new indentation guides feature that renders lines at tab stops and can be activated via the SyntaxEditor.AreIndentationGuidesVisible property.
- Added the AdornmentLayerDefinitions.Guides adornment layer.
- Added the DisplayItemClassificationTypeProvider.IndentationGuides classification type, which can be used to alter the color of indentation guides.
- Updated the SDI Editor demo to demonstrate indentation guides.
- Improved the performance of ITextBufferReaders that include header/footer text.
- Added the ICompletionSession.RequiresFilterOnTextChange property that can be set to true to ensure filters are applied after any text change.
- Added logic to expand a search result that appeared at the end of a collapsed region.
- Updated EditorSearchView to disable the replace buttons when the document is read-only.
- Updated IntelliPrompt auto-completion to properly restore the selection following an undo.
- Updated IntelliPrompt popup location code relative to a text range.
- Updated OutliningManager.RemoveManualNode to look for nodes that end at the specified snapshot offset as well.
- Updated how EditorView.SelectedText is retrieved.
- Added word wrap to printer output.
- Added the PrintSettings.HighlightingStyleRegistry property that can designate a registry to use only for printer output.
- Improved printer output when the syntax highlighting option is turned off.
- Made several other printer output adjustments.
- Fixed a bug where line indicators on the first document line couldn't be found with IIndicatorManager.FindNext.
- Updated the document save logic to first retrieve the text to save, prior to accessing a file.
- Improved snapshot text retrieval methods to reduce overall temporary memory usage when working with large documents.
- Updated the indicator margin to not show glyphs for indicators that are in collapsed regions.
- Fixed a bug where character casing edit actions on ranges that surrounded indicators could remove the indicators.
- Fixed a bug where existing indicator glyphs might not render when the indicator margin is made visible.
- Fixed an issue where printer views could be retained.
- Refactored the internal design of the rendering cache.
- Updated ScrollBar layout logic.
- Updated the Go to Line QuickStart to show how to center the caret in the view.
LL(*) Parser Framework
- Added the LLParserBase.CreateParserState method that can be overridden to inject a custom IParserState.
.NET Languages Add-on
- Added delimiter auto-completion features to the C# and VB languages.
- Added delimiter auto-indent features to the C# language when pressing Enter between a curly brace pair.
- Added IntelliPrompt parameter info for array indexers.
- Added a new QuickStart showing how to override automated IntelliPrompt completion by adding/removing items.
- Improved the resolver to properly handle ambiguity when simple names match types names.
- Updated the order of resolver results, used for completion lists.
- Improved the VB text formatter's handling of line continuations.
- Improved the resolver's method overload selection when working with generics.
Web Languages Add-on
- Added the InertiaScrollViewer control, which is a smooth-scrolling ScrollViewer-like control that reacts to touch and continues gliding to a stop when flicked.
- Added the TypeNameConverter, which is a value converter for rendering an object's type name.
- Updated the launcher page and documents to use the new InertiaScrollViewer with touch and flick support.
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