Ladies and Gentlemen:

This has to be the most uninformative error message I've ever seen, and given that lately, I've been spending a lot of time writing source generators, it's one I've seen a lot of.

Is there anything out there that will scan a source member and tell me *where* the sequence numbers are bad? Eyeballing it takes forever, and I've never been able to get SEU to tell me anything specific.

And I'd rather not reinvent any wheels.

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JHHL

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