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Re: Issue 1635 in lilypond: clean up misleading warnings in website buil

From: lilypond
Subject: Re: Issue 1635 in lilypond: clean up misleading warnings in website build
Date: Sun, 08 May 2011 11:06:58 +0000

Comment #33 on issue 1635 by address@hidden: clean up misleading warnings in website build

The make echos are about 50-60 lines long - longer than a default terminal window, and so would cause a warning to scroll off the top by default. What problems would hiding them cause? Note that it does not hide make errors - the manual says "Silent operation; do not print the recipes as they are executed". My plan (as executed in tha patch I'll be putting on Rietveld) was to use the -s option as a flag to all the other scripts run that they should run silently, too. Hence make -s causes bibtex -terse, and no default output; ditto for extract*.py. Make (without the -s) drops the -terse from bibtex too - thus if you want to see confirmation messages from all make and scripts, you run without the -s. This seemed a good solution to me, but if there's a better one please let me know.

You'll see I've emailed the 2nd draft to Trevor. Not sure whether you want this issue claimed fixed when that's pushed, or wait for new patch with the changes as above and that to be reviewed before considering closing this.

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