[Rake-devel] extra verbose
jim at weirichhouse.org
Sun Mar 11 00:15:27 EST 2007
> On 3/8/07, TRANS <transfire at gmail.com> wrote:
>> It would be nice to have three levels (silent, normal and verbose) of
>> verbosity rather than just the current two. (Currently -s just menas
>> not -v).
>> In my tasks I feel that I should make silent more completely devoid of
>> output. But that leaves me only with the "normal/verbose" mode to work
>> with. Sometimes I need an extra verbose mode.
> Will it help if I give the usecase? I have a test task, in normal mode
> I just want it to say "tests passed" or "tests failed", in verbose
> mode I want to iterate through evey test and tell me if each one
> passed or failed.
rake test TESTOPTS='-vverbose'
will do that.
In general, the -v option is for the rake itself, not for user-written
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