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[tycho-dev] Effect of showWarnings?
- From: "Oberlies, Tobias" <tobias.oberlies@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2015 09:44:17 +0000
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- Thread-topic: Effect of showWarnings?
Following David's comment below, I played around with the tycho-compiler-plugin showWarnings parameter , and I'm not sure I understood its effect.
I've set up a little example in the bundles/bundle-1 project in this Github project , and it seems that showWarnings has no effect: Warnings are logged if and only if useProjectSettings=true. I.e. with showWarnings=true and useProjectSettings=false, *no* warnings are logged, and with showWarnings=false and useProjectSettings=true, the warnings are logged *anyway*.
Another observation was that the warnings in the configured -log file and the console log are always identical. From David's comment below, I first thought that showWarnings is only supposed to affect the console log output.
So am I missing anything, or is showWarning in fact broken/useless?
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Sent: Mittwoch, 25. Februar 2015 19:43
To: Oberlies, Tobias
Subject: [Bug 460487] tycho.compiler-plugin overwrites compiler log output, if more than one jar in a bundle
Product/Component: Tycho / Core
--- Comment #24 from David Williams <david_williams@xxxxxxxxxx> ---
(In reply to Tobias Oberlies from comment #21)
> ... From what I could see,
> setting -log only enables additional logging. It e.g. doesn't disable the
> output to the console log.
Yes, thought I should point out that
controls compiler warnings being printed in the console log.
My preference would be to leave that as is, and then *add* this new
functionality, even if a little redundant -- if nothing else, can provide a
sanity check that the two agree with each other? Not to mention, I'm sure some
in community are "used to" having the <showWarnings>. I assume that is
implemented differently as well ... as a "listener" of some sort? (i.e. not all
the same information is printed, as when -log is specified to batch compiler,
such as literal parameters, totals, access warnings, etc.
Just wanted to be explicit.
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