Subject: Re: [boost] [wave] trace doesn't output errors.
From: Adrian_H (adrianh.bsc_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-06 22:52:17
Hartmut Kaiser wrote
>> If wave's trace could state "hey, this is where the expansion failed!",
>> that would be a great time saver.
> What do you mean by that? Where should it point to? The uppermost
> site? The lowermost macro replacement which failed, somewhere in between?
Well, if there was an error that states that there are too few or too many
macro arguments, that means somewhere during scanning/rescanning there was a
macro invoked with too many/few arguments. So, the lowest macro replacement
which caused this error and what the parameter set that was passed would be
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