I recently started using Quartus 16.1 on Ubuntu and I noticed a very annoying thing.When I want to assign some bit(s) to a std_logic(_vector) I use the ' or " characters. Quartus however, as the only program on my computer, inserts these: ´ instead of ' and ¨ instead of ". I have looked all over the settings, and I cannot find a solution. Having struggled with this for some time. I decided to ask if anyone else has seen this issue and knows how to resolve this.
Is this the first you're seeing this issue? Does it cause a problem when you try to compile your code or is it just aesthetics?It sounds more like a keyboard/language/OS issue that with the text editor.
It does couse issues. Compilion fails because it expects the correct char. As Quartus is the only program that gets it wrong I expect it is a Quartus thing. The machine is dual boot with win7, and there I use Quartus 16.1.2 vs 16.1.0 on Ubuntu, and there is no problem with those chars.
I have not had time or sufficient motivation to do some hobby designing, but I picked it up again today and found a solution to this problem. Using the right alt key gives me the correct chars.