[fpc-pascal] How to remove verbose compiler output
XHajT03 at hajny.biz
Sat Apr 5 22:10:59 CEST 2014
On Sat, April 5, 2014 17:26, Michael Van Canneyt wrote:
> On Sat, 5 Apr 2014, Jonas Maebe wrote:
>> On 05/04/14 15:11, Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
>>> On 2014-04-05 13:07, Jonas Maebe wrote:
>>>> >-v- doesn't do anything, it's -v0 that should switch off all output
>>>> >(except for errors and fatal errors).
>>> Thanks. So what is the difference between -ve and -v0?
>> -ve does not switch anything off, it only enables showing errors (e.g.,
>> if it
>> was disabled first via -ve-). -v0 switches off everything but error
> ...Supposedly, in view of the bugreport and trouble experienced by Graeme
> That said, I find it strange, because I have all verbosity except errors
> switched off,
> and it works.
As mentioned yesterday, I tested it under Win32 with the 2.6.4 compiler
and it worked according to specification. It apparently works well for
Jonas too on his Mac OS X machine (according to his note added to the bug
We clearly need to find out more information about the differences leading
to the incorrect behaviour. That's why I asked the bug reporter to provide
information about his platform (one difference which I can see that Graeme
uses the x86_64 version - not that it should make any difference, but all
possibilities need to be analyzed), check if -n changes anything and test
if it works the same also with the simplest source files.
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