"override" keyword is bolded for variable names (not just when used as a keyword)
I'm using Meld 3.18 for viewing a diff between c++ source files. I'm seeing the word "override" being highlighted when it's used for variable names or parameters. Here's an example:
"override" should only be a semi-reserved word. It has meaning when writing it at the end of a member function name, but it's still able to be used (probably for backwards compatibility) as a name of a variable. But Meld's syntax highlighter is making it bold like I'm using the "override" keyword and not override as just a variable name. I'm not seeing this behavior with other syntax highlighters I'm using (such as QtCreator).