Too much info on compile and build

Is it possible to compile and build LT without any mentioning of expected results, just reporting unexpected ones?
So hide all [INFO], all expected failures.
This way, warnings on the code are seen clearly. Currently, these simply flow by, without being noticed.

On Linux, you can run mvn test >/dev/null to only show warnings and errors. But some errors are triggered on purpose by the tests, so there’s no way to get an empty output just because all warnings have been removed.

Thanks. That is close enough, I think.

This trick seems to work, but it does also hide these kind of mistakes:
[ERROR] Tests run: 30, Failures: 0, Errors: 28, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 5.453 s <<< FAILURE! - in
[ERROR] Time elapsed: 5.019 s <<< ERROR!
Test failure for rule ZIEDEN[1] in file /org/languagetool/rules/nl/grammar.xml (line 1324): “Dat ziedt er slecht uit.”
Errors expected: 1
Errors found : 0
Message: Niemand gebruikt tegenwoordig nog dit werkwoord voor ‘koken’. Of is dit een foutje van ‘zien’?
Analyzed token readings: [/SENT_START*] Dat[dat/VNW:OND:EKV:HET*] [ /null*] ziedt[ziedt/null] [ /null*] er[er/BYW] [ /null*] slecht[slechten/WKW:TGW:1EP,slechten/WKW:TGW:3EP,slecht/BNW:STL:ONV] [ /null*] uit[uiten/WKW:TGW:1EP,uiten/WKW:TGW:3EP,uit/VRZ] .[./ITP:PNT*,./SENT_END*]
Matches: []
at org.languagetool.rules.patterns.PatternRuleTest.addError(
at org.languagetool.rules.patterns.PatternRuleTest.testBadSentences(
at org.languagetool.rules.patterns.PatternRuleTest.lambda$testGrammarRulesFromXML$2(
at java.base/
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(
at java.base/java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$
at java.base/