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#13 -q/-v option to munch

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nobody
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2014-09-09
2006-03-15
Frederik Fouvry
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It would be handy to have a quiet or verbose option to
munch. Currently, it's spitting out tons of
information. For me, that's annoying, because I need
to call it almost hundred times (it cannot handle our
lexicon at once: after 16 hours it wasn't finished
yet). In a script, I sent the stderr output to
/dev/null, but then it took me a day to discover that
the path wasn't set correctly and the permissions
weren't right (because they were also sent to
/dev/null). -q would hide the parsing information on
request, but still show other errors.

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    Hi Frederik,

    Thanks for the idea.

    I plan a twofold-suffix compression utility (munch2).

    Best regards,

    Laci

     
  • This should be moved to the feature requests section.