Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> The attached patch warns users when they create documentation output
> that has no index, and suggests re-running 'gmake'.

This is just useless noise.  If it could tell the difference between an
up-to-date index and a not-up-to-date one, there might be some value
to it ... but as-is I think it's just getting in the user's face.
Everyone using these tools knows about the two-pass behavior.

I just got done reading an interesting comparison of MS Vista versus
Mac OS X:
The guy's very first complaint about Vista is how it demands your
attention constantly with trivial warning messages.  This seems in much
the same vein.

                        regards, tom lane

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