[Mono-list] Strange switch issue

Nicola Dell'Amico webring at ndatech.it
Thu Feb 21 14:01:20 EST 2008

Andrés G. Aragoneses wrote:
> Nicola Dell'Amico escribió:
>> Chris Howie wrote:
>>> On Feb 20, 2008 3:07 PM, Robert Jordan <robertj at gmx.net> wrote:
>>>> Nicola Dell'Amico wrote:
>>>>> Sadly , Monodevelop 0.18 doesn't report any error into the Error List !!
>>>>> while in Build Output the exception output was shown: I had hard time
>>>>> figuring out my code was faulty !
>>>> It makes absolutely no sense to mix compiler exceptions with your own
>>>> syntax errors in the same list.
>>>> The build output exists for a reason: to look at it when something
>>>> went wrong. It's your own fault if you didn't.
>>> If I read the original message correctly, the point is that there is a
>>> CS#### message for this error but instead of reporting it properly mcs
>>> just explodes.
>> Yes, you are right Chris.
>> I don't care about Monodevelop, the post was about an exception
>> improperly thrown by mcs instead of detecting a switch duplicate case
>> error. That's all ...
>> Anyway, IMHO, I think Monodevelop shouldn't report 'Build successful'
>> when mcs throws an exception... but I have no interest on further
>> investigating on that.
> I think you should file two bugs:
> - One with the testcase that made mcs explode.
> - One requesting that mcs/gmcs doesn't report 0 errors if it has found
> an exception while parsing.
> Regards,
> 	Andrés	[ knocte ]
I think I'll file only the first one bug.
When mcs throws an exception it doesn't report 0 errors ... just stops
parsing showing the caught exception text. I think is up to the tool
(i.e. Monodevelop or which other else ) calling mcs to properly parse
the mcs's output.




More information about the Mono-list mailing list