Control the listing of source code

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows


USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS


The .NOLIST compilation control directive, together with the .LIST and .START directives, control the listing of source code.

The .NOLIST directive decrements a listing counter, which has an initial value of zero. Listing is enabled only if the counter is greater than or equal to zero and listing is enabled at the command line.

If an error is encountered while listing is disabled, the compiler lists the statement containing the error and the error message.

If listing is not enabled at the command line, the compiler ignores all .NOLIST directives. See Building and Running Synergy Applications for more information about enabling listing at the command line.


See .LIST for an example that uses the .NOLIST directive.