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Old 25 October 2014, 01:24   #1
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How can I do I/O redirection to a simple console window?

I'm opening a simple console on 3.1 with
Open("CON:0/0/640/100/Console", MODE_NEWFILE)
and then I do
Execute("program", con, con)
, expecting the program to use the new console for its input and output.

Even a simple program crashes after it has output something to the window. Setting the output handle to NULL stops it from crashing, but the console turns into an interactive shell after the program has finished, and I don't want that.

Is there any simple way to get this to work, and if not, what is the correct way?

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Old 25 October 2014, 09:41   #2
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This might be of help http://amigadev.elowar.com/read/ADCD.../node016C.html
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Old 25 October 2014, 10:56   #3
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I'm opening a simple console on 3.1 with
Open("CON:0/0/640/100/Console", MODE_NEWFILE)
and then I do
Execute("program", con, con)
, expecting the program to use the new console for its input and output.

Even a simple program crashes after it has output something to the window. Setting the output handle to NULL stops it from crashing, but the console turns into an interactive shell after the program has finished, and I don't want that.

Is there any simple way to get this to work, and if not, what is the correct way?

Thanks

Now you have tried

Execute (program,con,con) and
Execute (program,con,0)

Don't you think there is at least one more combination to try?

And don't you think that reading the autodocs is also an option to answer such a question?

http://amigadev.elowar.com/read/ADCD.../node015E.html
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Old 25 October 2014, 21:12   #4
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Don't you think there is at least one more combination to try?

And don't you think that reading the autodocs is also an option to answer such a question?
It's precisely because I have read the autodocs that I'm not setting the input handle to NULL, because I want to be able to enter text in the new console as well.

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Thanks alkis I did check System() and related calls before posting, but they require 2.0. (I meant to write "1.3" and not "3.1" in my first post)

I'm still interested in hearing if there's a quick solution that runs on 1.3 without having to go through OpenWindow(), console.device, or creating a new process on the fly.

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Old 25 October 2014, 22:44   #5
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The docs clearly say that it is not allowed to set both handles to the same file.

You can append "\nEndCLI\n" to the end of your command line, then Execute will return when the command is executed. You might want to prepend "FailAt 21" to the command line so that it does not exit to the shell if something goes wrong.

"FailAt 21\nList SYS: ?\nEndCLI\n"
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Old 26 October 2014, 23:42   #6
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Thanks a lot, that's the simple solution I was looking for
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