Subject: Re: [boost] TMP error messages [ was Re: New libraries implementing C++11 features in C++03 ]
From: Joel Falcou (joel.falcou_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-11-25 02:03:18
Le 25/11/2011 03:04, Maxim Yanchenko a écrit :
> Joel de Guzman<joel<at> boost-consulting.com> writes:
>> Now. What else can we do about it? Here's an idea. I'd like to
>> hear yours.
>> It might be good to present that in a GUI where the types are
>> collapsed by default. Qualifications in a trace can also be
>> optionally collapsed.
> Hi Joel, it's a very correct idea. In our team, I made a perl script that cleans
> out all compiler noise (GCC) and has some special handling for common cases like
> MPL_ASSERT, CONCEPT_CHECK etc.
> This runs for years already and proven to be extremely effective in nailing down
> This script is being run in makefile transparent to user, and is controlled by
> environment variables, so if you want to get deeper (in case the error filter
> swallowed too much) you just adjust environment variables and rerun make.
Is this something sharable ? Havign this widely available could be nice ?
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