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    Question how to get on-the-fly error highlighting in carbide.c++.1.2 ?

    I have been searching for a way to get carbide to highlight errors in my source as I type, the same way that JBuilder 2006 does for java code.

    It is frustrating that my (many) syntax and spelling errors are not picked up until i try to compile the source file. Also #includes that cannot be found are not registered as an error until i attempt a compile.

    Is there any way to do this in C++ ?

    Thanks.

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    Re: how to get on-the-fly error highlighting in carbide.c++.1.2 ?

    You can write a Carbide/Eclipse plug-in but you'll have to write it in Java.
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    Re: how to get on-the-fly error highlighting in carbide.c++.1.2 ?

    how would that work, you reckon ?

    constantly be compiling the class in the background, forcing carbide to update with errors ?

    I am greatful for such a great tool as carbide, but i wish it had this plugin, to speed up my dev work !

    Cheers.

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    Re: how to get on-the-fly error highlighting in carbide.c++.1.2 ?

    1.3 does a much better job of this than 1.2 did as this is an eclipse issue and not related to Carbide.
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    Re: how to get on-the-fly error highlighting in carbide.c++.1.2 ?

    Quote Originally Posted by bobjandal View Post
    I have been searching for a way to get carbide to highlight errors in my source as I type, the same way that JBuilder 2006 does for java code.

    It is frustrating that my (many) syntax and spelling errors are not picked up until i try to compile the source file. Also #includes that cannot be found are not registered as an error until i attempt a compile.

    Is there any way to do this in C++ ?

    Thanks.
    Try the global "Hovers" perference page under the C/C++ > Editor group. Turn on "Enable editor problem annotation". It may lead to false positives but you can try it out. It performs the checks on save.

    Tim

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