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Improving compiler diagnostics with overlays - Jeff Trull - Track: Development
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   Q: What is your repository link ?
Q: What IDEs do C++ programmers use?  If not emacs?  How do they deal with these error messages?
A: VSCode is quite popular, as well as CLion and also XCode. I think they simply display the error messages as is.
Q: Have you tried to use treesitter to parse the output?
A: I think it wants to parse an entire buffer. If I could write a grammar for a portion of the text and point it at that, that would be great.

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