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    • Sprint:
      2017 Week 34-35, 2017 Week 43-44
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      • Import attached project, this project contains GuidedRule with DSL
      • Open testRule.rdslr, you can see couple of '>' in the rule.
      • Remove them, save and close rule.
      • Reopen testRule.rdslr, and we can see all the '>' are added back to rule.
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      Import attached project, this project contains GuidedRule with DSL Open testRule.rdslr, you can see couple of '>' in the rule. Remove them, save and close rule. Reopen testRule.rdslr, and we can see all the '>' are added back to rule.
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      Description

      Rules where the generated DRL has brackets break the editor if DSL is in use.

      When DSL is in use the normal DRL lines are marked "special" with the > character so that the DSL detection can ignore them. Once DSL has been replaced with DRL we remove the > characters.

      The codes merge brackets to the same line before the > characters are removed. This leaves > characters to the end code and they break the parser. The entire rule editor then defaults to showing the raw file data that contains a > character for each line.

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                • Assignee:
                  Rikkola Toni Rikkola
                  Reporter:
                  Rikkola Toni Rikkola
                  Tester:
                  Jozef Marko
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