Highlight --TODO and --HACK comments
When a --#TODO: or --#HACK is written on our code, it could be helpful to highlight it in order to give an alert to the reader. In addition it can be very helpful to let the user to configure the pattern (i.e. --#MyTerm).
We’ve released support for highlighting TODOs in version 9 of SQL Prompt as part of its new code analysis feature.
You can get the latest version of SQL Prompt from https://www.red-gate.com/products/sql-development/sql-prompt/.
We’re marking this request as completed, but if you feel strongly about being able to configure the term, please feel free to open a new suggestion.
The Prompt Team
Kevin Cust commented
I only just started using sql prompt (yesterday) and it already does this.
At least it does in v9 inside visual studio (via a green squiggle when there is a TODO on the line somewhere).
I realise this post is 3+yrs old, doesn't look like redgate review this uservoice stuff that often, needs a tidy up.
Hugo Sanguino commented
WOW! How is it I missed this?