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From Kristian Perkins <khperk...@bigpond.com>
Subject Re: Error output from javac compiles being blocked
Date Thu, 14 Apr 2005 11:03:05 GMT
it works OK for me, maybe its ants logging  'adornments' which is 
wrapping the output and throwing you.  try running ant with -emacs or 
logging output to a file.  It can be hard to decipher what the ^ is 
pointing to when lines are longer than the console width.

Asfand Yar Qazi wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I like the little arrows beneath the snippets of java code that the
>javac application provides (more compilers need to copy this behaviour
>really).  But unfortunately, ant blocks these!
>
>For example, javac gives the following error:
>sources/org/trainingforlife/elearning/User.java:27: illegal
>combination of modifiers: abstract and private
>    private abstract String getTableName();
>                            ^
>1 error
>
>Excuse the stupid misalignment of the little ^ arrow, I hate variable
>width fonts.
>
>But ant gives the following (this is just a snippet):
>    [javac] C:\Documents and Settings\dflguest\My Documents\Asfand_Yar_Qazi\eLea
>rning\src\sources\org\trainingforlife\elearning\Student.java:9: ';' expected
>    [javac] ^
>
>Is there any option I can set to make ant display the full error
>message without getting in the way?
>
>Thanks,
>         Asfand Yar
>
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