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Fire Tips: Working with Build Messages

RemObjects Blogs – If you have worked with Fire a bit, you will have noticed that unlike most other IDEs, it has no "Error List". This is not an oversight, but by design. Fire integrates error (and similar) messages in the jump bar, as well as directly, inline, with the code editor. Let's look at some common and best practices for working with build messages. Typically, after a build finishes with errors or warnings, you will press ⌥⌘M (or "Messages|Show First Message" in the menu). This will cause Fire to jump to and highlight the first error message (if there were any errors), or the first ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? marc hoffman @ 2016-05-25 12:18


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