On Wed December 3 2008, Kevin Kofler wrote: > I'd rather we disable the verbose mode (which unfortunately got just > enabled globally, but all the KDE packages were already using it anyway): > that one spams the log with a lot more lines, it's mostly redundant because > the progress reports already tell what file is being compiled and it also > breaks the color coding in non-mock builds (the verbose lines are in the > default color just as the error/warning messages) and displaces the > errors/warnings out of the terminal buffer way faster than necessary. Not > all RPM builds are with output redirected to a log file! Though all this > may well be a ploy to make non-mock builds utterly useless. ;-) The problem is, that the non verbose build mode hides, whether or not the RPM_OPT_FLAGS are honoured, but it is required to honour them. Maybe cmake needs a way to tell it to only show the compiler invocations, but not the remaining stuff, that is shown with VERBOSE=1 and not useful. Regards, Till
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