Jim Nasby <jim.na...@bluetreble.com> writes:
> The attached hack doesn't quiet everything, but makes a significant 
> difference, 1588 lines down to 622, with 347 being make -C (each of 
> those was a make -j4 after a make clean).

> If folks are interested in this I can look at quieting the remaining 
> output. My intention would be to still output something on entry to a 
> directory that would take a non-trivial amount of time (like 
> src/backend). Though if it's very likely that the CMake stuff is going 
> to happen (is it?) then I don't think it's worth it.

TBH, I flat out don't want this.  Normally I want "-s" mode, ie *no*
routine output, and when I don't want that I generally need to see
everything.  Intermediate levels of verbosity are just an annoyance.

                        regards, tom lane


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