[Geany] WishList (I can help with implementation if you point places)
enrico.troeger at xxxxx
Thu Jun 15 12:24:15 UTC 2006
On Wed, 14 Jun 2006 02:20:23 +0300, Yura Semashko <yurand2 at gmail.com>
> On Tuesday 13 June 2006 18:55, Enrico Tröger wrote:
> > > 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.
> > Example:
> > /foo.c
> > /includes/foo.h
> > 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.
> Work, but have the following bug:
> Geany open foo.h fine, but in status window I see the following:
> "Could not open file ./In file included from foo.c (No such file or
> Here is a patch that fix this issue (I tested with gcc) not sure for
> other compilers error format.
Applied, thank you.
> Another feature that will make me happy is ability to show only error
> summary after compilation (Only strings that can be used for jump to
> error line).
> Syntax error are very simple most time and I don't need to watch full
> compiler output for them.
> so I want only
> foo.h:3: error: syntax error before "int"
> in previous example.
Ok, maybe. But at the moment I want to concentrate on other things.
I'll write it down.
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