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From the zeppelin audit:
If no output format is specified (those listed under “Output Components” by solc --help), solc will not do any sort of output, but also won’t issue any warnings or notices. This behaviour is confusing, and makes it difficult for new users to understand why their invocation is failing.
Consider either adding a message when no output format is selected, or selecting one (e.g. binary) by default.
We should add a message like `Source files are valid, but no output requested.`