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Each time a shader source file is saved, the Shader Development Studio compiles the shader in the background using the offline compiler. If any errors are found, error messages are displayed in:
Alongside the offending line of the shader source file, if it is open in the shader source editor.
To see how errors are displayed by Eclipse:
Open the file
Remove the semi-colon at the end of the
Save the file.
A red error marker is displayed on the line beneath the
vec4expression line. See Figure 3.21:
Similar to a C compiler, the offline compiler reports a missing semicolon as an error on the next line.
The removal of the semi-colon generates four separate error messages in the Problems view. See Figure 3.22:
Replace the semi-colon and save the file.
The source file is compiled in the background by the offline compiler, because there are no errors in the source code, the error marker is removed from the source editor and the error messages are removed from the Problems view.