ogginfo -q could be quieter
According to the built-in usage instructions and the man page,
ogginfo has a "quiet" command-line option:
-q Make less verbose. Once will remove detailed informative messages, two will remove warnings
However, even when using this option multiple times,
ogginfo always prints logging information about what file(s) it's processing:
$ ogginfo -q -q somefile.ogg Processing file "somefile.ogg"...
Can I suggest that this logging information be suppressed when
-q is used (or at least when it's used twice, or maybe even three times)? I sometimes want to call
ogginfo from a shell script where all I care about is the return value, and any output at all is bothersome. I guess I could just redirect stdout to
/dev/null, but many other tools that support a "quiet" flag do indeed suppress all non-essential informational output.