Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Martijn van Oosterhout wrote:
> >> IIRC it was made a non-fatal warning somewhere near the end of the
> >> output, but I'm not sure...
> > It spits out this line just before it creates its output files:
> >     *** Option ignored: --with-lkjasdf
> Of course, since it spits out pages and pages of normally-useless trivia,
> we've all become conditioned to ignore configure's output as long as it
> doesn't actually fail :-(
> Not sure what to do about that --- I doubt that raising this warning to
> error would be a good idea, seeing how firmly the upstream developers
> believe it shouldn't even be a warning.  Is there any sort of "quiet
> mode" possible that would report only warnings?  Would it be a good idea
> if it were possible?

I think one idea is a "pedantic" mode that fails if an unrecognized
option is supplied.

  Bruce Momjian   [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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