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Re: Windows TRACE message
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- Subject: Re: Windows TRACE message
- From: Rui-Tao Dong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 09 Jul 1999 17:33:42 -0700
- CC: Mumit Khan <email@example.com.EDU>
>>>>> "Mumit" == Mumit Khan <firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU> writes:
Mumit> TRACE is not part of Win32 API, but rather part of
Mumit> MFC. However, it looks like it's a "printf" style interface,
Mumit> so for a console-mode program, a trivial implementation may
Mumit> look like the following:
I should have explained this better. I am trying to get these
messages from existing applications. I did a Deja search and found a
couple of Window's ways of doing that (hacking dll to re-direct it to
a window). I normally start applications from a cygwin tcsh (in an
XEmacs buffer displaying to a VNC server on a Linux machine and viewed
back on NT, if you really want to know :-). It would be nice if I can
catch these messages in the buffer. Re-direct to a file is OK, too.
Because I can just do a tail -f in another buffer.
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