D23515: Format class: add functions to know if XML files set style attributes

Dominik Haumann noreply at phabricator.kde.org
Fri Aug 30 19:30:45 BST 2019

dhaumann added a comment.

  I believe you still need the hasTextColorOverride etc. hasTextColor is different and matches from the meaning isBold etc.
  Background: The styleOverrides are yet another concept: if the user changes a color of a highlighting in the Highlighting Text Styles tab, then the style override is active. See http://blog.case.edu/bmb12/2007/03/06/kate_styles.png
  That is: the style overrides are part of a Theme and typically only exist for Themes where the user changed colors.
  But: Since the port to KSyntaxHighlighting::Theme is still not done, this currently is not used (iirc ???) in KTextEditor...
  To make it short: if you want to know whether the colors are hardcoded, you also need the additional hasXxOverride() functions.

  R216 Syntax Highlighting


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