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bug#15795: 24.3.50; Compile uses relative filenames, breaks goto next er

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: bug#15795: 24.3.50; Compile uses relative filenames, breaks goto next error.
Date: Fri, 04 Jul 2014 12:33:30 +0200
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2013-11-04 19:34, Jan Djärv skrev:

4 nov 2013 kl. 09:10 skrev Glenn Morris <address@hidden>:

PS try configuring your out-of-tree build using an absolute path to the

That workaround works.

After I finally got round to do some debugging, I find that compile-mode does directory tracking, but for English only. After setting up compilation-directory-matcher to handle my locale and english, everything works as expected. Closing this bug.

For future reference, one might consider popping up a warning and a pointer to compilation-directory-matcher if the file is not found and directory tracking did not track a single directory. Or use a more general regexp (don't know if that is possible), or force the C locale, or convice GNU make to add a specific switch, much like GNU ls has --dired.

Come to think of it, if doing parallel make where each job goes into separate directories, directory tracking will most likely fail, as output from different jobs are intermixed. So directory tracking is not robust.

        Jan D.

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