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Can't hide successful conversions #9

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kc7zzv opened this Issue Mar 14, 2012 · 4 comments

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@kc7zzv
kc7zzv commented Mar 14, 2012

Because I convert about 2000 logs at a time, when I have an error, it's much harder to see where the problem is. I'm proposing a "--quiet" flag that would not show successful conversions.

I'm not worried about the "boilerplate lines" at the top and bottom. I just don't want it to print out 4000 lines for 2000 successes.

@gabebw
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gabebw commented Mar 15, 2012

Thanks for reporting this! Couple of things:

1) What about flipping this on its head and having it default to being quiet, with a --verbose flag?

2) It will take a while until I get to this. I'm currently doing a large-scale refactor of the code base (because the code is, ah, not great), so I'll get to this after I have some cleaner code that's easier to work with.

@kc7zzv
kc7zzv commented Mar 15, 2012

That sounds fine to me. I was thinking "Don't break default behavior" but in hindsight, that sounds a bit silly in this case. In other words, that sounds fine with me.

@gabebw
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gabebw commented Mar 15, 2012

Yeah, in this case I'm looking at a major version bump (4.0.0), so breaking behavior is totally fine.

@gabebw
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gabebw commented Nov 9, 2013

Closing because I removed the bin directory a while back.

@gabebw gabebw closed this Nov 9, 2013
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