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Re: what does "multiple markers at this line" mean?
I'am using eclipse+cdt ,and the error message
" multiple markers at this line "
is actually added by eclipse's cdt .I discover this by accient when i try
to check it from raw gcc error message which is 2400 lines. I find no line
containing" multiple markers " .so i realized that the cdt combine the raw
error message and the " multiple markers at this line " means : cdt
dicovers multiple errors indicating this line with an error.
sorry for the trouble.
From: Nathan Sidwell <email@example.com>
To: Xiaoshan Sun <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2005 16:05:53 +0100
Subject: Re: what does "multiple markers at this line" mean?
> Xiaoshan Sun wrote:
> > hi ,
> > when i compile some sources using g++ ,my compiler gives the
> > " multiple markers at this line ",
> > so ,can anyone tell me what does it means? i'am confused.
> Please provide more information. the string 'multiple markers' does
> occur in the current compiler source.
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