On Sun, 7 Jan 2007, Tom Lane wrote:

> Peter Eisentraut <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Tom Lane wrote:
> >> Perhaps even more to the point, what makes you think that someone
> >> will notice the warning?  If the docs build is one step in an
> >> automated build process, this seems unlikely.
> > Taking a closer look, it's pretty much guaranteed that no one will see
> > them, because the targets they are attached to are intermediate,
> > normally followed by latex runs.
> If we think this is a problem, ISTM the correct answer is to just force
> a repeat jade run when doing "make all".  The only objection to that
> AFAICS is that when you're doing docs work and only need a draft to
> look at, you'd rather it not run twice.  But perhaps we could address
> that by providing a separate target, "make draft" say, that runs jade
> but once.

That's a nice approach. Those working on the docs will know about the
draft target and those just wanting to build the docs for publication will
get the result.


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