Fix rustc-guide build failure ignoring no-fail-fast #63089
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Aug 2, 2019
build_helper: try less confusing method names build_helper's `*_silent` methods were likely called that way because they do not print the command being run to stdout. [In the original file this all makes sense](rust-lang@046e687#diff-5c3d6537a43ecae03014e118a7fe3321). But later it also gained `*_suppressed` methods and the difference between `silent` and `suppressed` is far from clear. So rename `run` (which prints the command being run) to `run_verbose`. Then we can call the methods that just run a command and show its output but nothing extra `run` and `try_run`. `run_verbose` (formerly `run`) is unused from what I can tell. Should I remove it? r? @alexcrichton Cc @Mark-Simulacrum Also see rust-lang#63089 (comment).
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