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wkucjas
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Posted - Nov 07 2022 :  07:48:39 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello,

could anybody tell me where I can find log for this error? When I am opening Code Inspection Results in bottom bar I see "Parsing failed!". There is no link to file with details and not other info about this error. My solution is quite big so I assume that something could make problems but without any details i cannot check what.

wkucjas
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Posted - Nov 10 2022 :  10:59:27 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi guys, can I get technical support here? :)
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feline
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Posted - Nov 11 2022 :  12:32:38 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Does your code currently compile? Code Inspection does, to a degree, assume you have valid code, so if the code is very much a work in progress this could be part of the problem.

Are you working in a cpp file or a header file here? Is the file part of your solution or part of a 3rd party library, so something inside of a stable include directory?

Is this problem file specific, or is it happening in all files?

For logging, first clear out your %TEMP% folder to make it easier to find new files. Now load the IDE, and load a code file OTHER than the problem file, assuming you have any files where it works. Now enable VA logging via:

VA Options -> Performance -> Enable logging

then open / switch to the problem file. Let VA Code Inspection report parsing failed, then close the IDE to stop the log files growing any larger. I am interested in the files:

%TEMP%\VaCodeInspections.log
%TEMP%\VaCodeInspections_server.log

hopefully this will offer some clues.

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