Re: Souper error logging
Phil Crown (email@example.com)
Sat, 17 Aug 1996 17:17:01 -0500
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>On Fri, 09 Aug 1996 18:52:25 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org (Debra Walker) wrote:
>>In article <b80CyI5JoqFF091yn@interactive.net>,
>>email@example.com (Mark Weinstock) wrote:
>>>souper > souplog.txt
>>>However this suppresses all output to the screen. Is there a way to have it
>>>viewable on the screen and still go to a log file without recompiling
>>This is a good idea. Anyone have any suggestions?
>4DOS/4OS2 has a built-in unix-like TEE command, that does exactly this:
>souper | tee > souplog.txt
>will echo output to screen as well as to souplog.txt.
I just found a TEE program on the Devcon CD's, in the AIX utils.
Works great! :-) This is better than "... 2>err.txt" method since
everything is put in the file.
I believe I saw a TEE program on hobbes too.
Phil Crown <firstname.lastname@example.org>