More scripting questions
remy.bosch at hccnet.nl
Fri Oct 25 13:57:23 PDT 2002
On Fri, 25 Oct 2002 15:05:41 -0400 Mister Eric just wrote the
> -I would like to clean up the excution of my scripts. Is there a
> command or util that will cause the suppress the compile output, so it
> will not display on the screen? Want to suppress JUST the compile
> output, not the feedback from the script, it is stepped for debugging
> and just so you know what the heck is going on.
I use a construction like this:
command 1 &&
command 2 &&
command 3 &&
} &> somelogfile.log || tail somelogfile.log
If something goes wrong you get the last 10 line (I think) so you can
see what went wrong.
Open(source) your mind, and see real freedom!
Close(dsource) your mind and be in a prisson.
Just my ¤0.02
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