Re: Emacs addon packages--compile upon install?
Quoting Davide G. M. Salvetti (email@example.com):
> By the way, as a side note, I'd like to suggest other Eapms to _not_
> display the results of byte-compilation on the console at installation
> time, redirecting them to some file instead: it's really annoying to
> see a very long list of probably useless warnings about free variables
> or functions not known to be defined. However those results are
> useful things to have around on every machine (e.g. to ask the user to
> check them in case a bug is being investigated), so why don't put them
> somewhere they could be easily retrieved if needed?
> My packages currently store them in:
> Maybe we can find a standard name and place.
I like this; I agree that having screens of useless messages scroll by
is a distraction, and it also makes it hard to see what's happening in
the install process, because previous packages have scrolled out of the