Is there a "hack" (in the good sense) to find errors in Compile/32?

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Posted by Bob A on July 17, 2013 at 05:47:03:

Starting to compile all code going forward as Comet/32

in Comet/16, would always compile with "B,E" first to get a list of only the errors.... having fixed the errors I'd then re-compile as "B,S" to get a complete listing

in Comet/32, I've found that the source header with OPTION("L") will give me a complete listing each time (with "B"yte aligned COMMON always), whether there are errors or not.

is there any easy way to find the errors that are buried in the listing?

I do editing with Notepad++, EditPad, and I've recently looked at PSPad, which Steve Auerbach suggested. They all have Regex (Regular Expression) capability, if that's important... although the capabilities vary from product to product in terms of what standard they comply with.


Bob "A"

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