[cfe-dev] -ferror-limit=1 by default?
Robinson, Paul via cfe-dev
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Thu Nov 7 10:35:20 PST 2019
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> Subject: [cfe-dev] -ferror-limit=1 by default?
> Hi All!
> Replying to John here on twitter:
> where he was noticing the helpfulness of -ferror-limit=1 as making a
> huge usability difference. I acknowledge that being able to do good
> error recovery and keep going is useful in some cases, but for day to
> day interactive this might be a better usability default? Especially
> with the compiler fast enough for the edit/compile cycle?
> Thoughts? Shall we do this?
This feels like a case where interactive use and build-system use
might want different defaults, because the overhead of a starting up
a big build is typically a lot higher. Would this be an imposition
on all the build systems out there, that for usability they would have
to set a higher error-limit?
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