I don't need to see most of the output, and I used to always use make -s. It'd be really useful to have a -s option in pymake too.
Created attachment 431252 [details] [diff] [review] unfinished patch So here's an unfinished patch; the main reason is that in process.py, I couldn't figure out how to pass the config/options down to there so that I can do the right thing in _docall. Right now it just hardcodes to never echo the command, and -s suppresses the directory enter/exit bits.
Created attachment 462122 [details] [diff] [review] WIP I have no idea if this is the right approach or behaviour. It is what it is.
Comment on attachment 462122 [details] [diff] [review] WIP >diff --git a/pymake/command.py b/pymake/command.py >- targets=self.targets, keepgoing=self.options.keepgoing) >+ targets=self.targets, keepgoing=self.options.keepgoing, silent=self.options.silent) The style here is ... interesting Does make -s suppress just the echoing or the actual compiler output?
Created attachment 462152 [details] [diff] [review] Patch v1.1 This patch makes it so the "-s" option suppresses command echoing.
m-c will pick it up the next time we update.
Which just happened.
The latest snapshot was backed out a while ago, so I pushed this singly. http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/rev/232553f741a0