no reply patch
brian at tangent.org
Tue Feb 5 22:23:37 UTC 2008
On Feb 4, 2008, at 11:15 PM, Tomash Brechko wrote:
> 'noreply' nothing will be send, so I avoid this message too. Also,
> not seeing the result actually stresses the fast that with 'noreply'
> you can't be sure of the command outcome ;).
How about making the debug message say "noreply" in it so that the
person debugging the code knows that a message occurred, but that it
will not be sent?
verbose mode I use to debug problems. I want it extended :)
Much easier to ask an end user to run -vv then have them learn gdb
when trying to find a problem.
> Indeed, the 'more' keyword I mentioned in other mail may be used in
> this place, as it is mutually exclusive with 'noreply'.
I need to go back through my notes, I know I have had a couple of
ideas where "wow... if I had this change...". A flexible keyword would
be handy for this.
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