Oliver Kiddle schrieb am Mi 31. Mär, 11:50 (+0200): > Jörg Sommer wrote: > > > As a general principle, it is better to use a style name that has a > > > generic meaning. I can't find any existing style along the lines of an > > > extra-matches, more-matches, allow-slow-generation etc so unless I've > > > missed one you'd need to invent a suitable one. "all-targets" is too > > > specific to targets. > > > > How about ‘verbose’? > > The existing `verbose` style is usually used to conditionally add > descriptions to matches, especially where generating those descriptions > is slow or where they're of questionable value. And how about ‘expanded’ or ‘extended’? > Is rake -A giving you a fallback, e.g. "unknown" description for the > extra targets or does the description remain blank? The description remains blank. It looks like this: ``` rake www/dev/files/main.min.css # min.css files depend on there js file rake www/dev/files/main.min.js # The .js file depends on the sources from .js.map / The .min.js fil... rake www/dev/files/rss # Build main rss file rake www/dev/files/sync.html # rake www/dev/nginx.cfg # ``` Regards Jörg -- Du hast keine Chance – also nutze sie.
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