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How to make GCC stop on first error
- From: Francesco Montorsi <f18m_cpp217828 at yahoo dot it>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 15:41:37 +0200
- Subject: How to make GCC stop on first error
I wonder if there is some option/flag I can feed to gcc to avoid
that it continues compiling my source files after it encounters the
first error... I've searched in gcc docs without success.
This is very annoying when e.g. the first error is due to not finding a
required header file: after that gcc goes on and spits out tons of
errors about missing declarations for those things which are declared in
the not-found header file.
btw stopping on the first error is the default behaviour of many other
compilers (e.g. M$, borland, watcom compilers on win32)...