Review Request: Fix bug 308846 Clicking on messages does not move the cursor to that location.
mvolden2 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 19 19:56:54 UTC 2012
The list of error indicators is very likely not exhaustive ATM. Is there
some way we can get a list of all current compiler (g++) error messages?
onsdag den 19. december 2012 skrev Andreas Pakulat :
> On Wed, Dec 19, 2012 at 3:28 PM, Jeremy Murphy
> >> > I find having both the notice and warning lines of text coming up
> >> > to
> >> > be confusing and distracting. Are those colours configurable somehow?
> >> > Would be difficult to make them so?
> >> Its indeed bogus that warnings and information use the same color
> >> role, they should definitly be different. I've changed it now to use
> >> the Link text color from the color scheme. I think that matches better
> >> than using Active text since its not active itself or new or
> >> something, just something thats clickable to go 'elsewhere' from
> >> clicking.
> > The link identity is definitely an improvement, thanks. However, I think
> > you have accidentally introduced a bug in doing so, as I have seen an
> > message appear in the link colour, although *most* of them appear
> > I'll try to narrow it down. Cheers.
> I bet this was the same before, if you look at the commit at
> you'll notice that I did not touch the matching of lines at all. If I
> understand the filters correctly some 'parts' of an error may actually
> be highlighted as info-lines because they do not contain the 'error'
> keyword but refer to locations nonetheless. I guess errors from
> templates and errors which are coming from included files fall into
> this category.
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