if you run `layman -q`, then it should pass the quiet flag down to the binaries it runs
for example, `layman -S -q` with svn overlays should execute `svn update -q ...` instead of `svn update ...`
I like to see what files are updated by `svn up`. The revision number is also useful.
(In reply to comment #1)
Sorry. I didn't notice that comment #0 suggests passing '-q' option only by `layman -q`.
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I agree with this bug. I have layman set to sync nightly by cron, and every morning I get an email that simply says "At revision 3522"
Kinda annoying :)
Thanks for the patch! Fixed in layman-1.2.1. Available via portage.