|Subject:||Re: Inhibit "Wrote foo" from write-region|
|Date:||Thu, 23 Jan 2014 18:37:09 +0100|
Am 23.01.2014 17:24 schrieb "Eli Zaretskii" <address@hidden>:
> > From: Stefan Monnier <address@hidden>
> > Date: Thu, 23 Jan 2014 08:50:20 -0500
> > Cc: Tom Tromey <address@hidden>, Emacs-Devel devel <address@hidden>
> > > I presume, there is little chance to change this behaviour for
> > > noninteractive use?
> > Definitely not for 24.4.
> > Afterwards, someone could try and look at the issue in more detail, but
> > it's risky, since it's a fairly low-level primitive called from many
> > different packages. We'd have to go and check how all these calls would
> > be affected.
> I, for one, am accustomed to see these messages while Emacs is being
> built: in a highly parallel build that is sometimes the only practical
> way of knowing whether some part of the build succeeded or not.
How do you do that?! Do you really read *all* messages being printed while building?!
I presume that just testing for the existence of interesting files (e.g. good old "find") isn't an option?
> So, if 'write-region' stops outputting these messages in
> non-interactive uses, there should be a way to get the current
> behavior back.
Isn't that the job of the build system rather?
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