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Intel® C/C++ Error Parser

The following topic applies to Eclipse* for C/C++.
The Intel® C/C++ Error Parser (selected by default) lets you track compile-time errors in Eclipse*/CDT. To confirm that the Intel® C/C++ Error Parser is active:
  1. Select the
    hello_world
    project in the
    Project Explorer
    view.
  2. Select
    Project
    Properties
    .
  3. In the
    Properties
    dialog box, select
    C/C++ Build
    Settings
    .
  4. Click the
    Error Parsers
    tab. Make sure that
    Intel C/C++ Error Parser
    is checked, and
    CDT Visual C Error Parser
    or
    Microsoft Visual C Error Parser
    are not checked.
  5. Click
    OK
    to update your choices, if you have changed any settings.

Using the Intel® C/C++ Error Parser

The Intel® C/C++ Error Parser automatically detects and manages the diagnostics generated by the Intel® C++ Compiler.
If an error occurring in the
hello_world.c
program is compiled, for example,
#include <xstdio.h>
, the error is reported in the
Problems
view next to an error marker.
You can double-click on each error in the
Problems
view to highlight the source line, which causes the error in the
Editor
view.
Correct the error, then rebuild your project.