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* Introduction -*-compilation-*- (Copyright information at end of file)

This shows the different kinds of messages compile recognizes by default and
how they are rendered. It is intended both to help you decide which matchers
you need and as a test of the matchers. Move the mouse over a colored part or
use `compilation-message-face', to see how much text was actually matched.
Note that the following example line should NOT be highlighted:
Compilation started at Sat Jul 8 15:19:25
The important part is the symbol(s) line at the beginning of each entry.
These are the symbols you can customize `compilation-error-regexp-alist' for,
to match the messages shown in that entry. A few complex cases have more than
one symbol, which should be selected together.
* Absoft FORTRAN 77 Compiler 3.1.3
symbol: absoft
Error on line 3 of t.f: Execution error unclassifiable statement
Line 45 of "foo.c": bloofle undefined
error on line 19 of fplot.f: spelling error?
warning on line 17 of fplot.f: data type is undefined for variable d
* Ada & Mpatrol (memory leak debugger)
symbol: ada
This matches only the end of line, the beginning is covered by GNU style.
foo.adb:61:11: [...] in call to size declared at foo.ads:11
0x8008621 main+16 at error.c:17
* IBM AIX PS/2 C version 1.1
symbol: aix
****** Error number 140 in line 8 of file errors.c ******
* Ant Java: works at least for jikes and javac
symbol: ant
The regexps found on http://ant.apache.org/faq.html, and since
integrated in both Emacsen, were hairy. The extra two numbers for
jikes are the ending line and ending column.
[javac] /src/DataBaseTestCase.java:27: unreported exception ...
[javac] /src/DataBaseTestCase.java:49: warning: finally clause cannot comple
te normally
[jikes] foo.java:3:5:7:9: blah blah
* Bash v2
symbol: bash
a.sh: line 1: ls-l: command not found
* Borland C++, C++Builder
symbol: borland
Error ping.c 15: Unable to open include file 'sys/types.h'
Warning ping.c 68: Call to function 'func' with no prototype
Error E2010 ping.c 15: Unable to open include file 'sys/types.h'
Warning W1022 ping.c 68: Call to function 'func' with no prototype
* Caml & Python
symbol: caml
File "foobar.ml", lines 5-8, characters 20-155: blah blah
File "F:\ocaml\sorting.ml", line 65, characters 2-145:
Warning: this expression should have type unit.
File "/usr/share/gdesklets/display/TargetGauge.py", line 41, in add_children
File \lib\python\Products\PythonScripts\PythonScript.py, line 302, in _exec
File "/tmp/foo.py", line 10
* Apollo cc, 4.3BSD fc & IBM RS6000/AIX xlc compiler & Microtec mcc68k & GNAT (J
uly 94)
symbol: comma
"foo.f", line 3: Error: syntax error near end of statement
"vvouch.c", line 19.5: 1506-046 (S) Syntax error.
"foo.c", line 32 pos 1; (E) syntax error; unexpected symbol: "lossage"
"foo.adb", line 2(11): warning: file name does not match ...
"src/swapping.c", line 30.34: 1506-342 (W) "/*" detected in comment.
* Cucumber
symbol: cucumber
Feature: This is an example for backtrace.
Scenario: undefined step # features/cucumber.feature:3
Given this is undefined # features/cucumber.feature:4
Scenario: assertion false (Test::Unit) # foo/bar.feature:6
Given this will generate 'assert false' # foo/bar.rb:1
<false> is not true. (Test::Unit::AssertionFailedError)
/home/gusev/.rvm/foo/bar.rb:48:in `assert_block'
/home/gusev/.rvm/foo/bar.rb:500:in `_wrap_assertion'
features/cucumber.feature:7:in `Given this will generate 'assert false''
Scenario: assertion false (RSpec) # foo/bar.feature:9
Given this will generate 'should be_true' # foo/bar.rb:5
expected true to be false (Spec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError)
./foo/bar/baz.rb:6:in `/^this will generate 'should be_true'$/'
foo/bar.feature:10:in `Given this will generate 'should be_true''
Scenario: backtrace in step definition # foo/bar.feature:12
Given this will generate backtrace # foo/sbar.rb:9
./foo/bar.rb:10:in `/^this will generate backtrace$/'
foo/bar.feature:13:in `Given this will generate backtrace'
Failing Scenarios:
cucumber foo/cucumber.feature:6 # Scenario: assertion false (Test::Unit)
cucumber foo/cucumber.feature:9 # Scenario: assertion false (RSpec)
cucumber foo/cucumber.feature:12 # Scenario: backtrace in step definition
cucumber foo/cucumber.feature:15 # Scenario: deeep backtrace in step definition
5 scenarios (4 failed, 1 undefined)
5 steps (4 failed, 1 undefined)
* EDG C/C++
symbol: edg-1 edg-2
build/intel/debug/../../../struct.cpp(42): error: identifier "foo" is undefined
build/intel/debug/../../../struct.cpp(44): warning #1011: missing return stateme
nt at end of ...
build/intel/debug/../../../iptr.h(302): remark #981: operands are evaluated in u
nspecified order
detected during ... at line 62 of "build/intel/debug/../../../trace.h"
* EPC F90 compiler
symbol: epc
Error 24 at (2:progran.f90) : syntax error
* Fortran checker
symbols: ftnchek
Dummy arg W in module SUBA line 8 file arrayclash.f is array
L4 used at line 55 file test/assign.f; never set
Warning near line 10 file arrayclash.f: Module contains no executable
Nonportable usage near line 31 col 9 file assign.f: mixed default and explicit
* IAR Systems C Compiler
symbol: iar
"foo.c",3 Error[32]: Error message
"foo.c",3 Warning[32]: Error message
* IBM C/C++ Tools 2.01
symbol: ibm
foo.c(2:0) : informational EDC0804: Function foo is not referenced.
foo.c(3:8) : warning EDC0833: Implicit return statement encountered.
foo.c(5:5) : error EDC0350: Syntax error.
* Ultrix MIPS RISC CC, DEC AXP OSF/1 cc, IRIX 5.2 & NAG Fortran
symbol: irix
ccom: Error: foo.c, line 2: syntax error
cc: Severe: /src/Python-2.3.3/Modules/_curses_panel.c, line 17: Cannot find file
<panel.h> ...
cc: Info: foo.c, line 27: ...
cfe: Warning 712: foo.c, line 2: illegal combination of pointer and ...
cfe: Warning 600: xfe.c: 170: Not in a conditional directive while ...
/usr/lib/cmplrs/cc/cfe: Error: foo.c: 1: blah blah
/usr/lib/cmplrs/cc/cfe: warning: foo.c: 1: blah blah
foo bar: baz.f, line 27: ...
* Java Exception & Valgrind (memory debugger for x86 GNU/Linux)
symbol: java
Register 6 contains wrong type
at org.foo.ComponentGateway.doGet(ComponentGateway.java:172)
at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:740)
==1332== Invalid write of size 1
==1332== at 0x4040743C: System::getErrorString() (../src/Lib/System.cpp:217)
==1332== by 0x8008621: main (vtest.c:180)
* IBM jikes
symbols: jikes-file jikes-line
Jikes separates file names from the actual error messages. For visual
feedback the underline and the word "Error" on the 3rd line is fontified like
a file name would be.
Found 2 semantic errors compiling "../javax/swing/BorderFactory.java":
150. case '{':
*** Error: The type of this expression, "char", is not ...
312. return new CompoundBorder(outside, inside);
*** Error: No match was found for constructor ...
Issued 1 semantic warning compiling "java/awt/Toolkit.java":
504. void imgProduceImage( ImageNativeProducer prod, Ptr imgData);
*** Warning: The type "ImageNativeProducer" is defined ...
* GCC include message
symbol: gcc-include
The last file, i.e. the one you are compiling, is the interesting one.
In file included from /usr/include/c++/3.3/backward/warn.h:4,
from /usr/include/c++/3.3/backward/iostream.h:31:0,
from test_clt.cc:1:
* GNU style
symbol: gnu
foo.c:8: message
../foo.c:8: W: message
/tmp/foo.c:8:warning message
foo/bar.py:8: FutureWarning message
foo.py:8: RuntimeWarning message
foo.c:8:I: message
foo.c:8.23: note: message
foo.c:8.23: info: message
foo.c:8:23:information: message
foo.c:8.23-45: Informational: message
foo.c:8-23: message
foo.c:8-45.3: message
foo.c:8.23-9.1: message
foo.el:3:1:Error: End of file during parsing
jade:dbcommon.dsl:133:17:E: missing argument for function call
G:/cygwin/dev/build-myproj.xml:54: Compiler Adapter 'javac' can't be found.
file:G:/cygwin/dev/build-myproj.xml:54: Compiler Adapter 'javac' can't be found.
{standard input}:27041: Warning: end of file not at end of a line; newline inser
* Lucid Compiler, lcc 3.x
symbol: lcc
E, file.cc(35,52) Illegal operation on pointers
W, file.cc(36,52) blah blah
* makepp 1.20
symbol: makepp
makepp: Scanning `/foo/bar.c'
makepp: warning: bla bla `/foo/bar.c' and `/foo/bar.h'
makepp: bla bla `/foo/Makeppfile:12' bla
makepp: bla bla `/foo/bar.c' and `/foo/bar.h'
* maven 2.0.9
symbol: maven
FooBar.java:[111,53] no interface expected here
* MIPS lint; looks good for SunPro lint also
symbols: mips-1 mips-2
This can match multiple times on a line.
TrimMask (255) in solomon.c may be indistinguishable from TrimMasks (93) in solo
mon.c due to truncation
name defined but never used: LinInt in cmap_calc.c(199)
* Microsoft C/C++
symbol: msft
This used to be less selective and allowed characters other than parens around
the line number, but that caused confusion for GNU-style error messages. This
used to reject spaces and dashes in file names, but they are valid now; so I
made it more strict about the error message that follows.
keyboard handler.c(537) : warning C4005: 'min' : macro redefinition
d:\tmp\test.c(23) : error C2143: syntax error : missing ';' before 'if'
d:\tmp\test.c(1145) : see declaration of 'nsRefPtr'
1>test_main.cpp(29): error C2144: syntax error : 'int' should be preceded by ';'
1>test_main.cpp(29): error C4430: missing type specifier - int assumed. Note: C+
+ does not support default-int
1>Build FAILED.
1>Time Elapsed 00:00:01.46
========== Build: 0 succeeded, 1 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped ==========
* Open Watcom
symbol: watcom
..\src\ctrl\lister.c(109): Error! E1009: Expecting ';' but found '{'
..\src\ctrl\lister.c(120): Warning! W201: Unreachable code
* Oracle pro*c
symbol: oracle
This stupid precompiler wraps lines at column 80 in the middle of a file name.
There is no obvious way of detecting this or turning it off. But if you
delete the newline (probably needs M-x toggle-read-only), the file name will
automatically be reparsed, so that you can then go there.
Semantic error at line 528, column 5, file erosacqdb.pc:
Error at line 41, column 10 in file /usr/src/sb/ODBI_BHP.hpp
PCC-02150: error at line 49, column 27 in file /usr/src/sb/ODBI_dxfgh.pc
PCC-00003: invalid SQL Identifier at column name in line 12 of file /usr/src/sb/
PCC-00004: mismatched IF/ELSE/ENDIF block at line 27 in file /usr/src/sb/ODBI_BH
PCC-02151: line 21 column 40 file /usr/src/sb/ODBI_BHP.hpp:
* Perl
symbol: perl
The second sample, from the Perl-Glib module, is a Glib message put
through Perl warn() to get "at FILENAME line N".
syntax error at automake line 922, near "':'"
Died at test.pl line 27.
store::odrecall('File_A', 'x2') called at store.pm line 90
(in cleanup) something bad at foo.pl line 3 during global destruction.
GLib-GObject-WARNING **: /build/buildd/glib2.0-2.14.5/gobject/gsignal.c:1741: in
stance `0x8206790' has no handler with id `1234' at t-compilation-perl-gtk.pl li
ne 3.
symbol: php
Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in main.php on line 59
Fatal error: Call to undefined function: mysql_pconnect() in db.inc on line 66
* Ruby
symbol: ruby
plain-exception.rb:7:in `fun': unhandled exception
from plain-exception.rb:3:in `proxy'
from plain-exception.rb:12
* Ruby (Test::Unit)
symbol: ruby-Test::Unit
Loaded suite examples/test-unit
Finished in 0.023173 seconds.
1) Failure:
[examples/test-unit.rb:28:in `here_is_a_deep_assert'
examples/test-unit.rb:19:in `test_a_deep_assert']:
<false> is not true.
2) Failure:
test_assert(BacktracesTest) [examples/test-unit.rb:5]:
<false> is not true.
3) Failure:
test_assert_raise(BacktracesTest) [examples/test-unit.rb:9]:
Exception raised:
Class: <RuntimeError>
Message: <"">
examples/test-unit.rb:10:in `test_assert_raise'
examples/test-unit.rb:9:in `test_assert_raise'
4) Error:
NoMethodError: undefined method `not_exists' for nil:NilClass
examples/test-unit.rb:24:in `some_function_call_from_nil'
examples/test-unit.rb:15:in `test_backtrace'
4 tests, 3 assertions, 3 failures, 1 errors
symbol: rxp
GPL XML validator at http://www.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/~richard/rxp.html
Error: Mismatched end tag: expected </geroup>, got </group>
in unnamed entity at line 71 char 8 of file:///home/reto/test/group.xml
Warning: Start tag for undeclared element geroup
in unnamed entity at line 4 char 8 of file:///home/reto/test/group.xml
* Sparc Pascal
symbols: sparc-pascal-file sparc-pascal-line sparc-pascal-example
These messages don't contain a file name. Instead the compiler gives a
message whenever the file being compiled is changed. For visual feedback the
error code is fontified like a file name would be.
Thu May 14 10:46:12 1992 mom3.p:
20 linjer : array[1..4] of linje;
w 18480-----------^--- Inserted ';'
20 linjer : array[1..4] of linje;
e 18480-----------^--- Inserted ';'
w 18520 line 61 - 0 is undefined
E 18520 line 61 - 0 is undefined
* SGI IRIX MipsPro 7.3 & Sun F90 & Cray C
symbol: sun
cc-1020 CC: REMARK File = CUI_App.h, Line = 735
cc-1070 cc: WARNING File = linkl.c, Line = 38
cf90-113 f90comp: ERROR NSE, File = Hoved.f90, Line = 16, Column = 3
* Sun Ada (VADS, Solaris)
symbol: sun-ada
/home3/xdhar/rcds_rc/main.a, line 361, char 6:syntax error: "," inserted
* 4.3BSD grep, cc, lint
symbol: 4bsd
/usr/src/foo/foo.c(8): warning: w may be used before set
/usr/src/foo/foo.c(9): error: w is used before set
strcmp: variable # of args. llib-lc(359) :: /usr/src/foo/foo.c(8)
bloofle defined( /users/wolfgang/foo.c(4) ), but never used
* GCOV (test coverage program)
symbol: gcov-file gcov-bb-file gcov-never-called-line gcov-called-line
-: 0:Source:foo.c
-: 0:Object:foo.bb
-: 1:/* $ gcc -fprofile-arcs -ftest-coverage foo.c
-: 2: $ ./a.out
-: 3: $ gcov foo.c
-: 4: LANG=C gcov foo.c
-: 5: 62.50% of 8 lines executed in file foo.c
-: 6: Creating foo.c.gcov.*/
-: 7:int
-: 8:main(int argc, char ** argv)
1: 9:{
1: 10: int r;
1: 11: if (argc == 1)
1: 12: r = 1;
#####: 13: else if (argc == 2)
#####: 14: r = 2;
-: 15: else
#####: 16: r = 0;
1: 17: return r;
-: 18:}
* Podchecker error messages, per Pod::Checker
symbol: perl--Pod::Checker
*** ERROR: Spurious text after =cut at line 193 in file foo.pm
*** ERROR: =over on line 37 without closing =back at line EOF in file bar.pm
*** ERROR: =over on line 1 without closing =back (at head1) at line 3 in file x.
* Perl Test module error messages
symbol: perl--Test
# Failed test 1 in foo.t at line 6
* Perl Test.pm module error messages comparing two values
symbol: perl--Test2
# Test 3 got: "99" (d-compilation-perl.t at line 29)
# Expected: "88" (my test name)
# d-compilation-perl.t line 29 is: ok(99,88,'my test name');
# Test 6 got: "xx" (foo.t at line 33 fail #2)
# Expected: "yy"
* Perl Test::Harness output
symbol: perl--Test::Harness
NOK 1# Test 1 got: "1234" (t/foo.t at line 46)
* Perl HTML::Lint::Error::as_string()
symbol: weblint
index.html (13:1) Unknown element <fdjsk>
* Directory tracking
Directories are matched via `compilation-directory-matcher'. Files which are
not shown as full paths are searched for relative to the directory where the
message was issued.
Entering directory `/a/b/c'
Leaving directory `/a/b/c'
gmake[2]: Entering directory `/a/b/c'
makepp: Leaving directory `/a/b/c'
* Miscellaneous
These are not messages that can be gone to. They are only highlighted via
`compilation-mode-font-lock-keywords' to recognize some useful information at
a glance.
checking dynamic linker characteristics... GNU/Linux ld.so
checking if libtool supports shared libraries... yes
checking whether to build shared libraries... yes
checking whether -lc should be explicitly linked in... (cached) no
checking For GLIB - version >= 2.0.0... yes (version 2.1.0)
tool -o foo.o foo.c
tool -o=foo.o foo.c
tool -output foo.o foo.c
tool -output=foo.o foo.c
tool -outfile foo.o foo.c
tool -outfile=foo.o foo.c
tool --output foo.o foo.c
tool --output=foo.o foo.c
tool --outfile foo.o foo.c
tool --outfile=foo.o foo.c
tool -omega foo.c foo2.c
tool -output-html-file foo.c foo2.c
tool --omega foo.c foo2.c
tool --output-html-file foo.c foo2.c
Compilation started at Wed Jul 20 12:20:10
Compilation interrupt at Wed Jul 20 12:20:10
Compilation killed at Wed Jul 20 12:20:10
Compilation terminated at Wed Jul 20 12:20:10
Compilation exited abnormally with code 1 at Wed Jul 20 12:21:12
Compilation segmentation fault at Thu Jul 13 10:55:49
Compilation finished at Thu Jul 21 15:02:15
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