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I7: where is "That noun did not make sense in this context"

Hi all,

Where can I hook into this message?  I think its a parser error since
it triggers "Rule for printing a parser error:"  but though I’ve
individually overridden all 18 parser error messages listed in the
documentation (chapter 17.28), it still goes to the general case.
I’ve tried guessing it with variations on "Rule for printing a parser
error when the parser error is did not make sense in this context:",
but no love.

I even checked David Fisher’s pair of error message extensions just in
case, but it’s not in there, either.

Did the docs merely overlook it?  I7 itself?

-Ron

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  1. admin says:

    "Ron Newcomb" <psc…@yahoo.com> skrev i meddelandet
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    > Hi all,

    > Where can I hook into this message?  I think its a parser error since
    > it triggers "Rule for printing a parser error:"  but though I’ve
    > individually overridden all 18 parser error messages listed in the
    > documentation (chapter 17.28), it still goes to the general case.
    > I’ve tried guessing it with variations on "Rule for printing a parser
    > error when the parser error is did not make sense in this context:",
    > but no love.

    This should take care of it:

    To decide whether parser error is did not make sense in this context:
        (- (etype == ASKSCOPE_PE) -).

      — Krister Fundin

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