|Re: I/O Redirection [message #45764]
||Fri, 18 October 2002 13:58
Originally posted by: hongming.cs.utexas.edu|
Thank you for your response.
But could you please tell me how to ask Eclipse to launch a .bat instead of
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"Igor S. Zamyatin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I think your way will not working. As I understood when you specify
> application name and its arguments in order to Eclipse could launch your
> program platform simply call CreateProcess(when using Windows for
> example). And if you try to use directly CreateProcess I'm afraid that you
> will have no result too.
> Probably if you make a.bat where i/o will redirect and launch by
> CreateProcess everything will work fine.
> If so you may try do something like that in CDT or may be it is a new CDT
> feature and you may ask for it to developers :)
> Igor S. Zamyatin,
> Interstron Ltd
> Yeh Hong-ming wrote:
> > When debugging C/C++ in Eclipse, how do I use I/O redirection?
> > I tried to specify redirection, such as "> stdout.txt", in the C/C++
> > Program Arguments field of the Launch Configurations dialog box, but it
> > didn't work. Please help! Thanks.
> > Yeh Hong-ming
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