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catch of multi-line compiler messages

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MortenMacFly:
This is a good one and something that annoyed me,too. Is this still being monitored? Otherwise I would catch it up...

oBFusCATed:
I've just applied it in my home install, but I'm not sure I can apply the same modifications to gcc or clang compilers.

oBFusCATed:
@Morten: Have you tried this patch? Do you think it is fine to commit it?

MortenMacFly:

--- Quote from: oBFusCATed on June 05, 2015, 10:24:45 pm [email protected]: Have you tried this patch? Do you think it is fine to commit it?

--- End quote ---
I tried it, but as I am on Windows I have no experience with compilers other than GCC and VC.

It is enabled for Fortran only but should work just fine for any other GCC. For now, I see no reason not to commit it. However, before enabling it for (C/C++...) GCC or even VC we need more testing.

oBFusCATed:
In svn, but I'm not sure if we can use this for gcc/clang messages.

Generally we should improve the error/warning handling with clang/gcc, because we're doing it sub-optimally.
We don't show the hints in the build messages, nor do we place the cursor a the correct column.

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