Questions tagged [flycheck]

Flycheck is an on-the-fly syntax checking package for GNU Emacs 24, with in-buffer error highlighting, automatic background checking, a dynamic error list, and built-in support for over 40 programming and markup languages.

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Flycheck and OpenMP pragmas for GCC

I'm using Flycheck with GCC as my checker for C. However, Flycheck gives warnings on OpenMP pragmas, regardless of whether they're correct or not! Is there any setting I can change to turn off these ...
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How can I prevent flycheck-mode from checking certain files?

I've configured Emacs to open files named *.cfg in shell-script-mode. These are config files, of course, rather than shell scripts, but 90% of the time it does what I want (mainly, good guesses about ...
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have flycheck override eldoc faster

I have both eldoc and flycheck enabled in a .el buffer. I have a line, eg: (setq load-dirs (concat emacs-repos-dir "internal")) Here, load-dirs is underlined by flycheck as an error, but if point ...
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flycheck/bash - i'd like to declare that the next line was intentional

When using the shellcheck checker, Flycheck will warn me that the "$@" in the following will be expanded on the client rather than the ssh server. Which is a helpful warning, but yeah I know and I'm ...