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Fri, 12 Jan 2007 18:39:41 +0100
* Jason Kraftcheck wrote on Fri, Jan 12, 2007 at 06:28:24PM CET:
> I'm working on moving an existing project to use autotools. One of the
> issues that I've encountered is that the build process is very verbose.
alias mymake='make -s LIBTOOLFLAGS=--silent'
(with Automake >= 1.10), or, most portably,
make >/dev/null || make
Apparently someone also made a Debian package out of his patches to
make Automake silent. You can search the automake(-patches) lists for
several past instances, if you're apt to hack Automake.
> I know how to turn off the echoing of the underlying command from the
> libtool wrapper (the --silent option). I can control that from the
> configure script. The problem is how to control the output of make. I
> can pass the '-s' option to make, but that can't be controlled from the
> configure script and results in no output at all.
Looking for this (not quite sure how portable)?