checkonly flags do not log which file contains error

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asked Jan 22, 2014 in Wanted features by anonymous

Imagine you have 1000 files, and you want to check syntax of these :

$ java -jar /scripts/plantuml.jar `find . -name '*.iuml' | xargs` -teps -charset UTF-8 -graphvizdot `which dot` -v -checkonly
(0.000 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - PlantUML Version 7991
(0.004 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - GraphicsEnvironment.isHeadless() false
(0.009 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Setting current dir: .
(0.009 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Setting current dir: /Users/kenji/plantuml-bug/exitcode/.
(0.009 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Using charset UTF-8
(0.012 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Setting current dir: /Users/kenji/plantuml-bug/exitcode/.
(0.015 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Setting current dir: /Users/kenji/plantuml-bug/exitcode/.
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Okay, one (or more) of these 1000 iuml file contains error...
 
If I generate files, I got the information : 
 
$ java -jar /scripts/plantuml.jar `find . -name '*.iuml' | xargs` -teps -charset UTF-8 -graphvizdot `which dot` -v -failonerror
(0.000 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - PlantUML Version 7991
(0.003 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - GraphicsEnvironment.isHeadless() false
(0.008 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Setting current dir: .
(0.009 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Setting current dir: /Users/kenji/plantuml-bug/exitcode/.
(0.009 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Using charset UTF-8
(0.012 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Setting current dir: /Users/kenji/plantuml-bug/exitcode/.
(0.015 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Setting current dir: /Users/kenji/plantuml-bug/exitcode/.
(0.015 - 81 Mo) 79 Mo - Reading file: ./Temp.iuml
(0.563 - 81 Mo) 65 Mo - Creating file: /Users/kenji/plantuml-bug/exitcode/./Temp.eps
(1.524 - 81 Mo) 72 Mo - Number of image(s): 1
Error in file: /Users/kenji/plantuml-bug/exitcode/Temp.iuml
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1 Answer

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answered Jan 22, 2014 by plantuml (295,000 points)

Thanks for the report.
This is (should be?) fixed in the following beta:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13064071/plantuml.jar

Very few tests done, so please do feedback if needed.
 

commented Jan 23, 2014 by anonymous
Fixed for me (both in my current project and using the simple example used to reproduce the issue).

Edit :
I found a related issue : if error is inside of an included file, the error is reported to be in the including (maybe adding line indication for error in output could help to find that the "real" error is located in the included file).
asked Jun 17, 2021 in Bug by The-Lu (65,440 points)
edited Jun 17, 2021 by The-Lu
checkonly flag do not log which file contains error [V1.2021.7 vs V.2014]
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