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From: "DeHackEd" <not DOT given AT out>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
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Subject: Re: Error messages with GCC
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Date: Wed, 07 Jul 1999 23:47:56 GMT
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> Is there a command-line argument for sending GCC error messages to a
> file rather than the standard error stream?  If not, is there any other
> way to save the messages to a file?
>
> Thanks

There isn't a command line, but there is a program that will redirect stderr
to stdout, vice versa, or to files. It's called "redir". Just run
"redir --help" at the dos prompt to see the syntax, but the basic syntax is:

redir -e stderr_file.txt gcc myfile.c ...

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