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Re: [Help-glpk] GUSEK output line coloring

From: Meketon, Marc
Subject: Re: [Help-glpk] GUSEK output line coloring
Date: Mon, 9 Sep 2013 21:12:36 -0500

Thanks.  At least this somewhat de-mystifies the GUSEK output.


I find when the initial character is “+” that the line is not green – it’s some type of blue (I’m color-blind so I am the wrong person to ask for the exact color).


Examine the two lines below:


864         Intermd               112.77   13.03    99.74      0.00     

909         Intermd               92.12      0.00      92.12      0.00      909I


In GUSEK, the first line is dark pink while the second line is black.  Both start with a number, both then have a tab (e.g., a tab is between 864 and Intermd).  I can double click on the first line that is in dark pink, and I jump to line 112 of the GMPL code.  But I cannot double click on the second line and jump to line 92.  Exploring this a bit further, there is a <tab>  between Intermd and 112.77 on the first line,  but the second line has a <tab><space> between Intermd and 92.12.  When I take out the <space>, it becomes dark-pink, and when I double click on it I jump to line 92.


So with your help, I think we solved enough of the mystery of when the lines are colored.  Thank you.




From: Luiz Bettoni [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2013 9:34 PM
To: help-glpk; Meketon, Marc
Subject: Re: [Help-glpk] GUSEK output line coloring


Hi, Marc.

This colored output is a native feature of Scite editor (GUSEK is a Scite fork).

Unfortunately, didn't fine any help to point to you.
There are based on output pattern (normally at beginning of line):

Normal line
! = Red line
> = Blue line
- = Orange line
+ = Green line
(<N>) : = Red line (jump to line N when double-clicked)
Start with String or Integer then <TAB><N> = Pink (jump to line N when double-clicked)
<filename>:<N>:<message> = Dark Pink (jump to line N when double-clicked)

Where '<N>' is a number, '<TAB>' is the tabulation character, '<filename>' is the model file name and so on.

The last line grants that glpsol error outputs can be double-clicked to select error on model files.
Eventually I use it to put some highlight on printf outputs.




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