StdOut on Windows
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Jan 22 14:43:07 CST 2012
This might be interesting for in-house solutions, but not for people who need to be able to use my software "out of the box". I'll keep this in mind though.
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On 22 jan 2012, at 19:28, Mike Bonner wrote:
> Hey, not sure this is an acceptable method but.. If you have control of the
> target system and can install unxutils, then you can build a standalone
> that does a "write whatever to stdout"
> If you run it with the -ui parameters, as you've seen nothing appears on
> screen. But if you pipe to cat, viola' It works.
> timeout -ui |cat
> I had noticed in the console logs that SOMETHING was occuring (an error
> crops up when a livecode app that does stdout is run) and on a whim did a
> redirect to a file and the file actually did end up with the stuff from
> (timeout > tempfile) so figured being able to pipe it to a well mannered
> utility like cat might work.
> The cool thing is that once unxutils are installed you then have access to
> grep, agrep and lots of other nifty things.
> If you want to check out these utils they can be found at *
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