[Ace-users] Re: [tao-users] suppress message from tao_idl
softking at gmail.com
Tue Jun 19 12:50:42 CDT 2007
hi actually i would also go with Chris as i don't think any compiler should
produce output by default.
anyways if this is going to create lot of trouble then at a flag should be
provided by which tao_idl can be made silent (may be not on Windows
actually i am trying to make my compilation going like this
[TAO IDL] idl file name
[COMPIL-C++] c++ file name
[COMPILE-C] c file name
[ARCHIVE] .a file name
here tao_idl unnecessary outputs "processing xxx.idl", i wanted some flag to
make it silent.
On 6/19/07, Krishnakumar B <kitty at dre.vanderbilt.edu> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> On Tue, 19 Jun 2007 11:22:48 AM -0500, Chris Cleeland wrote:
> > On Jun 19, 2007, at 10:47 AM, Jeff Parsons wrote:
> >> So I think what will be added is something like a -Q
> >> flag to suppress the 'processing xxx.idl' output.
> > Why not make the default silent, and add an option for verbosity?
> We now share the same front-end for multiple backends; we want the
> diagnostic on by default for two of the backends, since we process more
> than one IDL file at a time. The CORBA backend is the one where we
> only one file at a time. So in terms of maintenance, we need to change at
> two places if we need to disable it by default. Even if we did it,
> was never completely silent on Windows. Is there any major issue with the
> diagnostic, e.g., is it screwing up the scoreboard output or
> something? If
> not, it's better to just leave it as it is.
> Krishnakumar B <kitty at dre dot vanderbilt dot edu>
> Institute for Software Integrated Systems, Dept. of EECS, Vanderbilt
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