Describes implementation-defined aspects of the ARM C compiler and C library relating to translation, as required by the ISO C standard.
Diagnostic messages produced by the compiler are of the form:
is one of:
If the severity is blank, this is a remark and indicates common, but sometimes unconventional, use of C or C++. Remarks are not displayed by default. Use the
--remarksoption to display remark messages. Compilation continues.
Flags unusual conditions in your code that might indicate a problem. Compilation continues.
Indicates a problem that causes the compilation to stop. For example, violations in the syntactic or semantic rules of the C or C++ language.
Indicates an internal problem with the compiler. Contact your supplier.
Is a number identifying the error type.
Is a text description of the error.