I'd like to match the following output from gcc via make:
ric.c:1703:18: error: line one
^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ line three (ignore)
line four (ignore)
Beside the standard file name, error type, line, and column information, the message should comprise of the text
line 1 line2
I tried the following errorformat expression:
set errorformat=%E%f:%l:%c:\ error:\ %m,
which - in my understanding - should translate to
Start an error line => <file>:<line>:<column>: error <line_one>,
Include the continuation line => \( *\)\@<=.* // line two, skip whitespace
Finish the error line => *\^~*.*
However, only the first line of the error message is matched, and I receive the GVim error message "E33: No previous substitute regular expression", which stems from the %C pattern.
I think, I don't see the wood because of the trees...
Help greatly appreciated.
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