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[PSS 2014][Bug] Primal Sense and scoped functions

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[PSS 2014][Bug] Primal Sense and scoped functions

Postby Bosparan » Thu Nov 27, 2014 2:01 am

PSS Version: 2014 4.1.74
OS Version: Windows 7 x64
WMF Version: 4.0

Impact: Frequent annoyance

Symptom:
Creating a scoped function (eg: 'script:Get-Test { ... }') will cause primal sense to treat the function as if the scope marker was part of the name.

Reproducibility:
Create script:
PowerShell Code
Double-click the code block to select all.
script:Get-Test
{
...
}
Then try receiving Primal Sense for it
- Typing "Get-Tes" will not provide PS
- Typing "script:get" will provide PS

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