On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 08:40:42PM +0200, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Tom Lane wrote:
> > 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?
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/devel/pg82/pgsql$ ./configure --enable-foo --quiet
> *** Option ignored: --enable-foo
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/devel/pg82/pgsql$

Odd, I can't get that on a very recent checkout of HEAD:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:51]~/pgsql/HEAD:156%./configure
--with-includes=/opt/local/include --with-libraries=/opt/local/lib
--with-pgport=5820 --enable-depend
--prefix=/Users/decibel/pgsql/HEAD/820 --with-blarg --enable-blarg |
grep blarg
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:54]~/pgsql/HEAD:157%
Jim Nasby                                            [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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