Option to suppress the boilerplate?
Sebastian at SSpaeth.de
Fri Aug 31 22:14:34 BST 2012
Dirk Wallenstein <dirk.impersonator at gmail.com> writes:
> With the Quiet UI, I redirect the error output to a file that I check
> for any errors (a background process).
> Unfortunately I have to filter the boilerplate away and it changes
> sometimes. Would it be possible to add an option to only display
> actual errors in that output, so that any output would indicate an
If you log to a file, using -l, you'll get this line:
2012-08-31 22:49:40 INFO: OfflineImap 6.5.4 starting...
Python: 2.7.3 Platform: linux2
Args: ./offlineimap.py -u quiet -a test -l log.txt
Yes, that should not appear when using the "quiet" backend, only when
using "basic" or another more verbose. I have pushed a change to the
"next" branch that prevents that. It will be in the next release.
[next a1dc76a] Don't output initial blurb in "quiet" mode
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