[chuck-users] Is there a way to run chuck to just check syntax?

Jack Atherton lja at ccrma.stanford.edu
Tue Jun 11 02:23:44 EDT 2019

I'm not sure if it has one, but it would be pretty straightforward to add
one -- just delete the code generated from the compilation process instead
of sporking it. See chuck_main.cpp:

On Mon, Jun 10, 2019 at 7:24 PM Forrest Cahoon <forrest.cahoon at gmail.com>

> I'm looking at trying to add more to my ChucK vscode extension, and I'd
> love to be able to run chuck on the code being edited so that I can parse
> and highlight the errors.
> However, I don't know how you would run chuck to just generate syntax
> errors. I see there is a --silent switch, which would work for the purpose,
> but would be an unnecessary waste of resources just to get the possible
> syntax errors.
> Csound has a --syntax-check-only command-line option. Is there something
> like this for ChucK? If not, would it be straightforward to add one?
> Forrest
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