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RE: which limbo compiler



What would be even nicer is to graphically display entire programs, and =
color code each object!  I have been trying to write such program, but I =
just do not have the time.  Until then, I will just have to deal with =
the cryptic lines of code, and each ugly little error message.

Justin (jhitt@osn.net)


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From: 	tedk[SMTP:tpk@sensorsys.com]
Sent: 	Saturday, November 09, 1996 6:35 PM
To: 	inferno@interstice.com
Subject: 	Re: which limbo compiler

I'm currently struggling along with the Inferno compiler

My biggest problem is that its error messaages only give a line number =
and
some very cryptic information

It would be nice to have a clever compiler that looks at the .b file and
graphically locates the errors

thanks

ted kochanski


At 05:31 PM 11/8/96 -0500, you wrote:
>i'd like to know which version of the limbo compiler
>people use, the native c version or the one which
>runs under inferno.
>
>please send me mail at sean@plan9.bell-labs.com.
>
>
>
>
                        Ted
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