Rich Freeman schrieb:
> However, making -v control the output seems like a problem, unless
> there is some way to undo this. A typical workflow for me is to run
> emerge -auDNv world to see what is going to build, and then hitting
> enter to accept it. I want to get the verbose USE info with -a/p, but
> I don't really care to see build logs flying across the screen. So,
> overloading a single flag to do both sounds problematic unless you
> also allow the quiet flag to override it back. That seems complicated
> to me.
In the compromise proposal, -v would only set the default for
--quiet-build, not override it.
But overloading -v is indeed an issue that has already be mentioned by
zmedico. What do you think of the following proposal:
with -v setting the default to y for them all, but still allowing to
override a particular verbose output with its specific option.
Chí-Thanh Christopher Nguyễn