celcheck - a tool to check the syntax of .ssc, .stc, .dsc, .cel, ASCII .cmod, .cms (and new: .xyz and .xyzv) files v1.4

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Post #21by gironde » 24.12.2023, 15:50

Earthmoon wrote
You mean that the program runs faster when there are no multi-line object definitions/strings?

yes, yes, yes...

it seems like it will never stop. I have to stop it and anyway it eats up all the memory.
I specify that it is with large files.

There should be an option to not check "multi-line object definitions/strings".

:hi:

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Post #22by EarthMoon » 24.12.2023, 19:24

gironde wrote:There should be an option to not check "multi-line object definitions/strings".

Use the 1.2 version which is the same as v1.3, but without the multi-line check. v1.4 additionally supports .xyz(v) files, but it won't block your checks since there are no strings in .xyz(v) files anyway.

Re-upload of v1.2 and v1.3 in case you need them:
https://www.mediafire.com/file/u4wauk61g7gftbb/celcheck_1.2.zip/file
https://www.mediafire.com/file/qk7noauqoqvzuc9/celcheck_1.3.zip/file

Maybe I will add command-line options in the next update, including the multi-line check.
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Post #23by gironde » 26.12.2023, 23:02

Thank you :hi:


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