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When executing

eosio-cpp -I include -o eosio.token.wasm src/eosio.token.cpp --abigen

over the eosio.token smart contract I get the following warnings:

Warning, empty ricardian clause file
Warning, empty ricardian clause file
Warning, action <create> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <issue> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <retire> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <transfer> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <open> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <close> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <create> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <issue> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <retire> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <transfer> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <open> does not have a ricardian contract
Warning, action <close> does not have a ricardian contract

Is there any way to suppress those warnings?
I tried -w but didn't work.

Thanks

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Probably not. It looks like what you said should work, but if it's not, I don't see another flag that would do that.

-w  | - Suppress all warnings

They (the warnings) were there at the beginning, then they went away, and now it looks like they're back.

This is a good thing because it will remind developers to add them. Technically, the current constitution says they should be on all contracts, but that is obviously not being enforced. In the future, it likely will be.


Article VII - Open Source

Each Member who makes available a smart contract on this blockchain shall be a Developer. Each Developer shall offer their smart contracts via a free and open source license, and each smart contract shall be documented with a Ricardian Contract stating the intent of all parties and naming the Arbitration Forum that will resolve disputes arising from that contract.

Link


If there is a way, @tbfleming or @sandw1ch would know in the EOS Developers Telegram

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