Catching g++ error output
Fri Apr 18 11:52:00 GMT 1997
make 2>&1 |tee errors.txt
or make 2>&1 |tee -a errors.txt (to append to errors.txt)
or replace make with gcc -c -o@ @ above.
> Is there any way to capture the error output from g++ when it fails on a
> compile? Sometimes, a few simple typos or minor bugs can generate more
> than a screen-full of output, and so I loose the earliest lines.
> On UNIX w/ Xwindows, I can just scroll back within the window. But
> Windows95 doesn't have that option. I've tried using '>' to dump it into
> a file, but that didn't work. (I didn't expect it to as it doesn't on
> UNIX, but I figured I'd try.)
> Any suggestions of some way to manipulate the bash or possibly an add-on
> I could download or some simple trick I've just missed would be
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