when using make -s commands aren't listed in output, which is good 99.99% of the time -- until a command fails, at which point people ask "what was the command line", and you have to say "sorry, I don't know, lemme try to get it". Since pymake is supposed to be more flexible, it'd be great if it could do the right thing™ steps: 1. setup pymake 2. make a change to some random .cpp file deep in the build 3. run pymake with -s expected results: build failure message from compiler commandline used by pymake which failed actual results (hypothetically) build failure message from compiler
Mass close of pymake-related bugs.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: a year ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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