Sorry, misspelled comment.
line 4: $ gcc files >& /dev/null ; echo "Yes."
line 6: $ gcc files >& /dev/null && echo "Yes." || echo "No."
Real Man's Compiler Collection: Not a real compiler.
You can emulate it with one of the following commands:
# the one that fuller prefers
$ gcc <files and/or options> >& /dev/null && echo "Yes."
$ gcc <files and/or options> >& /dev/null && echo "Yes." || echo "No."
"Yes" only please.
This is great! Any chance you could modify it to always say "Yes"? I'm a real man and don't need ANY hints from the compiler to tell me that something is broken.
This compiler works great! It compiles the Linux kernel without a problem. It also has the following undocumented feature: Compiler always returns exit code 0, which means that even make won't give you any annoying warning and error messages :)
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.