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From "Scott Stirling" <sstirl...@mediaone.net>
Subject RE: -quiet mode, annoying output....
Date Sat, 23 Dec 2000 00:02:26 GMT
It'd be a useful enhancement if -quiet suppressed all output.
 Currently, -quiet only produces "less" output, just as -verbose produces
"more."

For automation tools working with Ant builds, for example, I've found that
the most reliable thing to do is use the -logfile flag.  On UNIX you
can -logfile /dev/null to junk all the output if you want.

Scott Stirling
  -----Original Message-----
  From: Jason Rosenberg [mailto:jason@squaretrade.com]
  Sent: Friday, December 22, 2000 2:42 PM
  To: ant-dev@jakarta.apache.org
  Subject: -quiet mode, annoying output....




  What does the -quiet option do?  I am using 1.2.

  I am trying to suppress the display of each target processed,
  especially in the case where I have targets whose sole purpose
  is to set a flag, etc.

  I'm getting the following over-informative output (can I suppress
  this reporting of each target and dependent target processed?):

  #########################################################3

  D:\NewWork\SourceRoot>ant clean EventUtilities
  Searching for build.xml ...
  Buildfile: D:\NewWork\SourceRoot\build.xml

  checkModeAlreadySet:

  clean:

  EventUtilities:

  checkModuleAvailability:

  globalPropertiesFind:

  globalPropertiesCheck:

  globalPropertiesSetDirect:

  globalPropertiesCheckAndSet:

  globalProperties:

  checkoutModuleIfNecessary:

  checkAndRunModule:

  globalPropertiesFind:

  globalPropertiesCheck:

  globalPropertiesSetDirect:

  globalPropertiesCheckAndSet:

  globalProperties:

  clean:

  _clean:

  BUILD SUCCESSFUL

  Total time: 2 seconds

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