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  • Compiling the project
  • The different types of possible errors
  • Errors
  • Warnings
  • Information
  • GUI errors
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Compiling the project: Warning, Error and Information
Compiling the project
When developing a project, the project is compiled on a regular basis. This compilation is used to check the code entered in the code editor. If errors occurred, the possible problems and their solutions are displayed in the "Compilation errors" pane.
Several types of information can be given:
  • Code errors ( ).
  • Warnings ( ).
  • Information ( ).
  • GUI errors ( ).
Note: On a computer equipped with several processors or with several "cores" (dual core, ...), the compilation of projects is performed in parallel and it uses all the available power. The compilation step is sped up by 30%.
The different types of possible errors

Errors

The errors ( ) signal a major problem (programming error, ...). The project test or execution will not operate.
The errors are always visible in the code editor and they must be fixed in order for the program to operate.

Warnings

The warnings ( ) signal programming cases that may cause unexpected behaviors.
The warnings are displayed by default in the code editor but they do not prevent the program from running.
The warnings may sometimes turn into real programming problems

Information

The information ( ) explains the compiler choices or presents tips for improving the code.
The information can be displayed to help you understand why a code has an unexpected behavior.

GUI errors

The GUI compilation errors ( ) inform you of the possible problems detected in your interfaces: images not found, truncated captions, ...
Minimum required version
  • Version 14
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