Are there any available examples of compilers making mistakes?



  • A module is being developed for the text editor to make an external compilation/link/database of different types of files:

    • Borland C+++,
    • GNU C++,
    • Delphi,
    • Java,
    • MS C#,
    • Python
    • et al.

    The external instruments are intercepted. RegExp comments from error reports in which file/line/column problem. If necessary, navigation to a problematic place is being carried out.

    How/where do you find examples of what "writing reports" look like for the maximum number of compilers/liners/bunders/. ♪ ?

    For example, for Python, I'm aware of this.

    File "C:\work-folder\work-file.py", line 123



  • You can look at analogs like that. The main ones I know are only the foundations, and the specific sailors are presented as flames to them.

    Since I used mainly Sublime Text and Atom, examples of them.

    • http://atomlinter.github.io/ (audience plates listed directly there)
    • https://atombuild.github.io/ (Management and error checkers listed right there)
    • https://github.com/SublimeLinter/SublimeLinter3 (Plangs are being developed https://github.com/SublimeLinter in guithab)



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