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AW: Prevent libtool-output

From: Roesner Thomas
Subject: AW: Prevent libtool-output
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 16:19:40 +0200

Dear Ralf,

it is because we cant see the useful information in on the first sight. The 
first Project has nearly 600 files of sourcecode, the second about 1000. There 
are some moments, we want/need to compile via console, not an ide.

Is there no m4 Macro or something like this used to create the according entry 
in the Makefile?

Kind Regards,

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Ralf Wildenhues [mailto:address@hidden 
Gesendet: Freitag, 30. September 2005 15:22
An: Roesner Thomas
Cc: address@hidden
Betreff: Re: Prevent libtool-output

Hi Thomas,

* Roesner Thomas wrote on Fri, Sep 30, 2005 at 02:23:31PM CEST:
> Can anybody tell me how to prevent the output of libtool while make is
> running?
> I already put the --silent option for libtool in the, but I
> had no effort. Redirecting the output via >/dev/null is not suitable for
> the users.


> IMHO I need to put an @ in front of an command within the Makefile, if I
> want to suppress the output, and I've done so in a generated Makefile
> and it worked, but I think, that it is not the best way to change the
> generated Makefile`s

Currently >/dev/null is the best bet.  Implementing --quiet --quiet
(which will then be _really_ quiet) is on our TODO list.  If you have a
working patch, send mail to the libtool-patches list.  :-)


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