Am Freitag, 4. Mai 2012, 18:30:10 schrieb hasufell:
> # @ECLASS-VARIABLE: CMAKE_VERBOSE
> # @DESCRIPTION:
> # Set to enable verbose messages during compilation.
> By default this is deactivated which is inconvenient imo and results in
> pastes having minimum information.
> I have to tell users every time to recompile with CMAKE_VERBOSE=1 so
> that I have proper information on what is going on.
> Are there any arguments against this being default?
I think the resistance against this more has to do with the output being more
esthetically pleasing (yes I know this is not really a good point for us, but
in general the cmake output is quite nice) than with "writing to stdout is
expensive" (which was a joke in the previous thread).
That being said, it probably makes sense to change the default to =1, as it
definitely helps debugging to see the build commands.
However, please raise the file size limit for bugzilla then, and if possible,
please fix the use of compressed build logs. Right now, I would not recommend
uploading a compressed log to bugzilla, because:
* I have not found a way to have firefox uncompress and display it correctly
with one click (always have to download, save, ...)
* and often files end up double-compressed, i.e. save log.gz, gunzip, rename
log to log.gz, gunzip
Andreas K. Huettel
Gentoo Linux developer
kde (team lead), sci, tex, arm, printing