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Offline alle_meije

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ignoring the "Required from here" only message
« on: March 05, 2015, 04:10:40 pm »
I am using Debian and my CodeBlocks and GCC versions are 10.05 and 4.7.2

Compiling my c++ source I get a warning that starts with the line
   
Code
required from here
(including the indentation)
when compiling in CodeBlocks as well as from the shell prompt.

According to this post
   http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?topic=16464.0
there should be an output parsing rule that ignores the "required from here" line so that, on its own, it will not terminate compilation (in fact it doesn't, I do get an executable).

But has this rule not entered the official version? I cannot find anything with the word "required" in the rules at
   Settings -> Compiler and Debugger -> Other settings -> Advanced options -> Output parsing

Does anyone know which rule should be added to ignore the "required from here" lines?

Offline jens

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Re: ignoring the "Required from here" only message
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2015, 06:49:36 pm »
But has this rule not entered the official version? I cannot find anything with the word "required" in the rules at

Are you kidding ?

Your question is a little bit like asking why your mouse does not work if you use good old DOS.

You use a nearly five years old version (2010) and ask for a change of 2012.

You should update to at least the 13.12 revision or a nightly build.