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Re: Quiet compilation for scripting

From: Keith Wright
Subject: Re: Quiet compilation for scripting
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2024 14:28:37 -0400

Olivier Dion <> writes:

>>> Like the warning says, you ought to either use the GUILE_AUTO_COMPILE
>>> environment variable or use the `--no-auto-compile' switch.
>>> Unfortunately, there is no `--quiet' or `--warning=/dev/null' option.
>> I think the OP is fine with autocompilation (I even guess they expect
>> it, i.e. changing the source file and getting old behaviour would be
>> a surprise), they just want it to happen silently (as Tomas has hinted
>> at).
> Not possible unfortunately :-(

Why would this be unfortunate?  This seems like a feature (non-bug).

If it is autocompiling something you think is already compiled
then either your thought or the build/make/autocompile system is buggy.

Don't kill the message, fix the error.

  -- Keith

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