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maciejk

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2015 1:02 pm    Post subject: code explorer errors Reply with quote

hi,
i try write with code explorer. one bas file and few modules. When i compile - no errors, but if I open inc files and main program in code explorer i see a errors and what is strang? thise errors is weird.
What is wrong in line: counter1 = 3036. The timer1 is initialized with line Config Timer1 = Timer , Prescale = 256.
and the stranger error:
I have serial buffered and when I config serialin, the code explorer say to me: undeclared identifier buffered, and undeclared identifier serialin, and undeclared identifier size.
another weird error: cursor noblink -> error:statment terminated incorretly.

This code explorer work correctly? or mayby with my IDE is somthing wrong?

and why they suck 100% my CPU if I open my older projects?

Regards,
Maciek

(BASCOM-AVR version : 2.0.7.8 )
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2015 1:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

it would be nice to read the help or PDF.
but here it is :

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Show Errors

This option deserves a warning. The option is turned off by default. It can be useful to find errors but it can also point to errors which are not considered an error for the compiler. The compiler has a separate parser. The parser from the IDE is a different new parser. When the definition files are fully updated, the errors shown will be similar to the errors the compiler will report. At the moment of updating the help, the reported errors are mostly errors caused by missing CONFIG definitions. The reason this option is included is that it can prove to be very useful in some cases. So in short, only the errors reported by the compiler count and the errors reported by the IDE can be used to fix errors while you edit.


So for this version it is normal you get errors.

The code explorer runs on the background on another thread. If your PC does have 1 CPU it could slow down. If you have a project, make it a real project and open it in project mode.
You can always send a test project to support so we can check it.

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maciejk

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2015 1:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you for quick answer.
I was looking in help and I was confused. when i wrote in finder "error" i become many links. On the forum I nothing found.
thans for a tip with new project to older bas files.
Maybe i must replace my computer. Smile

Thanks again for reply. sorry for my english and all.
Best regards,
Maciek
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