Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 09:06:55 +0200
Reply-To: John Hendrickx <john2.hendrickx@GMAIL.COM>
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From: John Hendrickx <john2.hendrickx@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Forcing "[variable] is uninitialized" to show up as an error
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Another approach could be to use a log analyzer to look for specific notes
as well as errors and warnings. I wrote one for the PSPad editor that uses
jscript and regular expression searches. This could be adapted to search for
2011/7/19 Mary Rosenbloom <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> A couple of years ago I tried offering an official suggestion to SAS at SGF
> using one of their official forms. I have not gotten any response. What I
> was asking for was the ability to (using a PUT statement) create my own key
> word or words, and assign them their own color in the log. So, WARNING is
> green, ERROR is red, and I wanted my term -- NOTICE, for example -- to
> always show up in some other color, like orange or purple or something.
> This would be a cool thing to add to the capabilities of the SAS log, and I
> can't imagine that it would be any more difficult that the color coding
> is already there.
> Just had to mention this. Would love to hear any feedback that anyone has.
> Mary R.