heikki at sanbi.ac.za
Thu Jul 5 08:58:59 EDT 2007
My guess is that using 'print STDERR' avoids showing sometimes annoying
errordescription at programname line NN
syntax being used.
On the other hand, the main reason we need to set verbosity to 1 in BioPerl
objects is to find where warnings are coming from. Maybe extra text in
warnings leads to easier debugging.
I favour changing it.
On Thursday 05 July 2007 12:47:12 Sendu Bala wrote:
> I'm trying to get Test::Warn to work with Bioperl warnings as produced
> by Bio::Root::RootI::warn(). However, afaict the warnings must be
> generated with CORE::warn(), not print STDERR.
> Is there any particular reason RootI::warn is done with print and not
> CORE::warn ? Can I change it to a warn?
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