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/* DK_UNSPECIFIED must be first so it has a value of zero. We never
assign this kind to an actual diagnostic, we only use this in
variables that can hold a kind, to mean they have yet to have a
kind specified. I.e. they're uninitialized. Within the diagnostic
machinery, this kind also means "don't change the existing kind",
meaning "no change is specified". */
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_UNSPECIFIED, "")
/* If a diagnostic is set to DK_IGNORED, it won't get reported at all.
This is used by the diagnostic machinery when it wants to disable a
diagnostic without disabling the option which causes it. */
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_IGNORED, "")
/* The remainder are real diagnostic types. */
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_FATAL, "fatal error: ")
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_ICE, "internal compiler error: ")
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_ERROR, "error: ")
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_SORRY, "sorry, unimplemented: ")
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_WARNING, "warning: ")
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_ANACHRONISM, "anachronism: ")
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_NOTE, "note: ")
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_DEBUG, "debug: ")
/* These two would be re-classified as DK_WARNING or DK_ERROR, so the
prefix does not matter. */
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_PEDWARN, "pedwarn: ")
DEFINE_DIAGNOSTIC_KIND (DK_PERMERROR, "permerror: ")
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