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I spend a fair amount of time reducing test cases, and this sometimes involves reducing cmdline invocations to minimize the number of arguments.
In clang, I generally run:
$ cat run.sh
clang @$1 file.cpp
which makes reducing easier, through, e.g. delta. I tried to do the same with swift, but it turns out I can't find the swiftc equivalent:
bash-3.2$ ./run.sh blah.rsp
<unknown>:0: error: no such file or directory: '@blah.rsp'
@belkadan Jordan, do you happen to know if the driver supports such an option? And, if not, how hard would it be to implement (or desirable)?
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Probably not too hard, seems fine to do, see SR-4517. ;-)
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