[Geany] WishList (I can help with implementation if you point places)

Enrico Tröger enrico.troeger at xxxxx
Tue Jun 13 15:55:03 UTC 2006

On Mon, 12 Jun 2006 00:07:25 +0300, Yura Semashko <yurand2 at gmail.com>

> > > 2) Ability to jump to error line atfer compilation failed (using
> > > hotkey or by clicking on compiler output)
> >
> > As long as the file where the error occurred, it is already
> > possible by double clicking on the appropriate line. How do you
> > want to do this with a hotkey?
> You don't jump if error is not in current file. For example if your
> curent file foo.c, and you make error in foo.h you won't jump to
> error.
Works now in the SVN verson, but needs testing.
It will jump to foo.h if it is open, if not it will be opened. But it
can only be opened if it is found ;-). To be found, it has to be in the
same directory like the file which was compiled.

At least with the gcc, the file foo.h can be in another directory,
e.g. in a subdirectory, because gcc prints the relative path of foo.h to
foo.c and so it also will be opened.

and you have an error in foo.h which is included in foo.c with
#include "includes/foo.h" then Geany will switch/open this file.


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