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Re: [h-e-w] Location of error lines from modelsim vhdl compile do not wo

From: Peter Sørensen
Subject: Re: [h-e-w] Location of error lines from modelsim vhdl compile do not work
Date: Sun, 02 May 2010 20:00:11 +0200
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I can not try on Linux so I do not know. But I guess that developers test more on Linux, so they would have spotted it on Lnux. One difference is that on windows you have the drive letter and ":" included in the filename, eg D:\dir\subdir\filename.vhd while on linux you have
"./filename.vhd or /dir/subdir/filename.vhd etc.

best regards
Peter Sørensen

On 02-05-2010 16:21, Lennart Borgman wrote:
Hi Peter,

Why do you think this is specific to MS Windows? Wouldn't be better to
post this question to the general Emacs help list?

2010/4/30 Peter Sørensen<address@hidden>:
I have not been able to make goto error line work for modelsim compile of
vhdl files.
I have not used emacs for many years, but I think I have done it right.
I installed
Emacs precompiled GNU Emacs 23.1.1 (i386-mingw-nt6.0.6002)
  of 2009-07-30 on SOFT-MJASON
on both windows7 and vista with the same result.
The compile command itself works and every think is fine for vhdl files
without any error, but when errors are found
the find first error, find next error do not move the cursor to the
I use the modelsim_ae version 6.5b  (from FPGA tool Altera Quartus ) but the
vcom responds should be the same as a normal modelsim.
I have tested a little on the regular expression for modelsim and it looks
correct to me, but I am not exactly an expert.

This is the message
** Error: (vcom-13) Recompile work.ifft_types because ieee.std_logic_1164
has changed.
** Error: d:/Protelevision/SRAM/Buf_Ctrl.vhd(11): (vcom-1195) Cannot find
expanded name "work.ifft_types".
** Error: d:/Protelevision/SRAM/Buf_Ctrl.vhd(11): Unknown expanded name.
** Error: d:/Protelevision/SRAM/Buf_Ctrl.vhd(13): VHDL Compiler exiting

This is the regular expression
\(ERROR\|WARNING\|\*\* Error\|\*\* Warning\)[^:]*: \(.+\)(\([0-9]+\)):

best regards
Peter Sørensen

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