The recent thread about compiler warnings got me thinking about how it's essentially impossible to notice warnings with default make output. Perhaps everyone just uses make -s by default, though that's a bit annoying since you get no output unless something does warn (and then you don't know what directory it was in).

Is it worth looking into this? I'm guessing this may be moot with the CMake work, but it's not clear when that'll make it in. In the meantime, ISTM should be an easy change to make (though perhaps with a variable that gives you the old behavior).
Jim Nasby, Data Architect, Blue Treble Consulting, Austin TX
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