Thread: Made Dev-C++ GO NUTS!

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    Talking Made Dev-C++ GO NUTS!

    Look at this!

    I almost locked the system up after cc1plus.exe maxed the CPU out.

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    Heh, you'd think they'd use a linked list or something to store their messages.

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    Is that windows 95?

    Oh, and you had to have done that on purpose. C'mon...301 lines is not enough to make so many mistakes the compiler can't tell you what they all are.
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    I don't think the compiler can't, exactly. I think it's more along the lines of "What's the point?"
    All the buzzt!

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    I'd have to agree with cornedbee here... I think it's kinda the same as this error:
    test.cpp:3: error: `x' undeclared (first use this function)
    test.cpp:3: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each
       function it appears in.)
    there's just no point to showing you thousands of error messages, when most people will fix the first few and try to recompile, and keep doing that until they're all gone...
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    Also since some errors could be causing more errors afterwards that wouldnt exist otherwise (e.g. some syntax errors).
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