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RE: [avr-gcc-list] Gcc error message format

From: Trampas
Subject: RE: [avr-gcc-list] Gcc error message format
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2005 08:24:29 -0400

I have not thought about using visual studio but that is great! I know I use
www.wholetomato.com product called visual assist (VA). I curse when I do
embedded development and do not have the use of VA. 

For those who want to know VA is an add-in for Visual Studio it makes the
code editor work with you not against you. For example if you type a
variable's name wrong it will underline it in red like M$ Word does for
misspellings. It will also adds other features like automatic completes,
etc. Personally I have been trying to find a stand alone editor for embedded
development which does this stuff, the closest I have found is Code Wright.


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Subject: [avr-gcc-list] Gcc error message format

I just realised the other day that I can use MS Visual Studio as the
complete IDE for my AVR projects. And IntelliSense is very handy. Only
trouble is getting auto-error location working (ie you click on the
error message and the IDE takes you to that line in that source file).
VS requires the error line to specify the complete path to the source
file and have the error line number in brackets, eg
D:\AVR\Project1\Main.c(123) : error...

Whereas gcc presents an error as:
Main.c:123: error...

Easy enough to add the path, but can anyone suggest how to enclose the
line number in brackets?


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