I see that this is used within the <#= ... #> tags to insert any non-standard tags in the comments. However, if I try to get these tags in code:
var nonStandTags = Context.GetNonGeneratedTags();
Nothing is returned. The string is either empty or null (string.IsNullOrEmpty(nonStandTags) returns true).
However, if it is used within the expresson tags:
<#= Context.GetNonGeneratedTags() #>
Any custom tags are placed correctly in the comments.
Why is this?