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Old 24 December 2019, 21:51   #1
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route stderr to file?

I might have missed it someplace but is there a way to route stderr to a file? I'm trying to capture trace output that would go to TCO window.
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Old 25 December 2019, 00:21   #2
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In OS4 it is *>. I don't think something similar exists for OS3 and below.
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In OS4 it is *>. I don't think something similar exists for OS3 and below.
As shell token, "*>" exists since 3.9, and it also exists in 3.1.4. Problem is that there are only very few programs that actually use stderr. This will change somewhat in 3.2 where the shell utilities in C: will use stderr consistently for error output, along with the dos.library calls PrintFault() which will also go through stderr.
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