Reading Compiler Errors on Studio 7

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About 2 months ago I downloaded Studio 7.  Today I am trying to create a new project from an old one.  I have been unable to see the errors in the Error List.

 

In desperation, after cruising the Internet and this web site, I followed Atmel's "Getting Started" project and got a simple do-nothing project that compiled.  I introduced an error by exchanging a semicolon with a colon and, as expected, it failed with 1 error.  However, it did not show up in the Error List or the Output.  Here is the bottom line in the Output window:

     "========== Build: 0 succeeded or up-to-date, 1 failed, 0 skipped ==========".  The Error List is blank.

 

Have I set the studio up wrong?  Have I set an option incorrectly somewhere?  I can't find the problem.

The only thing more dangerous than a software engineer with a soldering iron is a hardware engineer with a compiler.

Last Edited: Sat. Oct 7, 2017 - 10:30 AM
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Did you scroll to the top of the messages in the Output window?

David (aka frog_jr)

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Yup!

The only thing more dangerous than a software engineer with a soldering iron is a hardware engineer with a compiler.

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You need to copy the complete output window and paste it here.

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arlynwhitchurch wrote:
However, it did not show up in the Error List or the Output. 

 

Can we get a screen shot of the Error list and it's surroundings.

 

(You didn't by any chance toggle it to not show errors, did you?)

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Hello,

 

I have installed Atmel Studio 7.0.1417 today and I am having exact same problem. I have removed one semicolon from my code and posting screenshot of the same.

 

 

 

 

Regards,

Niral

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Seems like you must have changed some verbosity option somewhere in Tools-Options

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Hello,

 

Thank you clawson!!! I have found a solution but I have not made any changes it was set to minimal by default I have set it to diagnostic and it worked.

 

 

Regards.

Niral

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I am always amazed at how many people there are out there who are interested in helping just to be helpful!!  Thanks to everyone who responded.

 

PROBLEM IS FIXED, MORE OR LESS.

 

I still think there is some mode that I got the application in to, but I gave up looking and deleted the Studio 7 on that machine.  I installed it on an older machine which I had been using on earlier versions of AVR Studio, and it worked fine.  I went for a while using the older machine for AVR development and the new machine for C/C++ and C#, but got tired of the small screen on AVR projects compared to the 2 large ones I have on the new machine.  I re-installed AVR Studio 7 on the new machine and its default mode works the way I expected it to.

 

Problem either solved or bypassed.  I just read Dawson's post and think that he hit the nail on the head.  See you again next time.

 

PS  The '69 Bronco in my avatar is almost fixed too.  It will soon be rolling rocks and splashing mud in the High Rockies again.

The only thing more dangerous than a software engineer with a soldering iron is a hardware engineer with a compiler.

Last Edited: Thu. Nov 9, 2017 - 06:27 PM
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arlynwhitchurch wrote:
PROBLEM IS FIXED

Excellent!

 

Please mark the solution: http://www.avrfreaks.net/comment...

 

I still think there is some mode that I got the application in to

 

ISTR a thread quite recently where the same thing happened ... ?