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Re: Re: Open pipe to a function?

by Sprad (Hermit)
on Dec 10, 2003 at 21:44 UTC ( #313888=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Open pipe to a function?
in thread Open pipe to a function?

I can't just redirect it, because I also want to see it at runtime.

A fair fight is a sign of poor planning.

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Re: Re: Re: Open pipe to a function?
by hardburn (Abbot) on Dec 10, 2003 at 21:48 UTC

    You could probably do some tricks with IO::Multiplex. Just save the orginal filehandle like this:

    my $old_stderr = *STDERR;

    And then reopen STDERR with IO::Multiplex with $old_stderr and a filehandle to the log file.

    I wanted to explore how Perl's closures can be manipulated, and ended up creating an object system by accident.
    -- Schemer

    : () { :|:& };:

    Note: All code is untested, unless otherwise stated

Re: Re: Re: Open pipe to a function?
by tcf22 (Priest) on Dec 10, 2003 at 21:59 UTC
    How about
    use IO::Tee; open(ERRLOG, '>error.txt'); my $tee = new IO::Tee(\*STDOUT, \*ERRLOG); *STDERR = $tee;

    - Tom

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