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How to permanently highlight an arbitrary block of code? [message #1400755] Mon, 14 July 2014 17:12
David Aldrich is currently offline David AldrichFriend
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I need to review about 30 .c/.cpp files for correctness. I want a means of highlighting code so that I can keep track of what I have reviewed so far. The highlighting would need to be non-volatile, i.e. saved when the source file is saved.

Please can anyone suggest a means of doing this in Eclipse? I know that there are a few code review plugins available but I am looking for a simple way of doing this. However, a recommendation for a free review plugin, that would achieve this, would also be appreciated.

Best regards

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