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From Antoine Toulme <>
Subject Re: Controlling verbosity
Date Tue, 23 Mar 2010 22:11:10 GMT
I'm all for that one. I was for turning javac verbose to off by default so
this looks more appropriate - more configuration for the ones that need it.

On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 09:59, Alex Boisvert <>wrote:

> This was brought up in another email but I figured it deserved a separate
> thread.
> Right now "buildr --trace" turns the verbose fire-hose to full blast.
> This
> means we run "javac -verbose", "ant --trace", "apt -verbose", ... which is
> often overwhelming and of little use when you're simply debugging
> Rake-related dependency issues.
> One solution would be to selectively turn on the trace switch based on the
> task so I was thinking of adding a BUILDR_TRACE environment variable that
> would contain a list of comma-separated keywords to control tracing
> behavior, e.g., export BUILDR_TRACE="javac,ant,apt".
> Any better ideas?
> alex

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