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EDIT: This question was marked as duplicate. While this might be true on a larger scale, the answer provided by Kusalananda gave me a better understanding of my options.
If a syntax error inside a shell script happens, the interpretation of the script isn't necessarily terminated but simply continues at the next line of the script. Is there a way to catch the number of those syntax errors while the script is interpreted?
I would really like to have something like a compiler report, stating the number of errors and warnings after the compiling has finished. Just for linux shell.