Compiler Option: -maxerr

Set maximum number of errors to report before aborting compilation

-maxerr < value | "inf" >

value | "inf"
Specifies the maximum number of errors or no maximum if "inf" is given instead of a value.

The -maxerr compiler option sets the maximum number of errors the compiler must find before stopping. The default is 10. If inf, for infinite, is specified the compiler continues until it finds the end of the source. Useful if an IDE is parsing the error messages.

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