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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Command Reference >

next-error

Find a compiler error message, then jump to the offending line.

This command searches in the process buffer for a line containing a compiler error message. Epsilon uses a regular expression search to recognize these messages.

If a window displays the file containing the error, Epsilon switches to that window. Otherwise, it uses the find-file command to display the file in the current window. It then goes to the indicated line of the file using the goto-line command, then displays the error message in the echo area. A positive numeric argument of n moves to the nth next error message. A negative numeric argument of -n moves to the nth previous error message. A numeric argument of zero repeats the last message.

Users running Cygwin tools may wish to set the cygwin-filenames variable to make Epsilon recognize file names in this format.

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