|Subject:||Re: [gforth] Proposed: Issue warning when file ends in compilation mode|
|Date:||Fri, 17 Jan 2014 12:49:22 -0800|
Am Freitag, 17. Januar 2014, 09:37:02 schrieb Sam Putman:
Yes, makes sense. It also makes sense to print the same editor-friendly> Hi,
> It is almost never the case that one wants to end a file while still
> compiling. 97% of the time this means a trailing semicolon was eliminated
> during some text operation.
> By the time the error occurs, one is in another file, being told that some
> word doesn't exist (because the include got compiled!).
> It would be nice if Gforth issued a warning, in the event that it reaches
> EOF in compile mode.
> Thanks for your consideration.
locaton frame for every warning as well as for every error. I added a
statement which works like abort" <string>", but prints a warning message
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