From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-04 00:49:16
On Wednesday 04 May 2005 06:02, Alexey Syomichev wrote:
> > So, on error the content of response file is printed, but the file is
> > removed. On success, the file is silently removed. The content of file is
> > also included in "bjam -n" output.
> > One downside is that with this patch it's not possible to redirect output
> > of bjam to a bat file, and then run that file. I'm also not sure that
> > Boost regression testing tools will be happy with the extra output.
> > The patch is not so big, so I can integrate it quickly. Comments?
> Another downside is that with this patch it would be impossible to
> copy/paste and re-run a failing command line, which I personally use
> quite often.
I suppose this can be handled by not removing response files on errors. But
you also can copy-paste both the command and content of response file, which
is printed on the error.
What do you think?
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