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Re: stderr usage instead of /dev/tty

From: Paul Jarc
Subject: Re: stderr usage instead of /dev/tty
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2001 14:08:41 -0400
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Padraig Brady <address@hidden> writes:
> Paul Jarc wrote:
>> What would definitely be more flexible is if bash let you use
>> normal redirection for interactive stuff independently.
> Yes, it would be more flexible, but is there any reason you would
> every need to redirect the prompt/readline() stuff. This is only human
> parseable?

It seems that way.  But if everyone who thought that was always right,
we wouldn't need Expect.

>> You could do something like:
>> $ bash-set-interpreter 'eval "$BASH_COMMAND" 2> somewhere'
>> bash-set-interpreter would be a new builtin.

BTW, a while ago, someone else asked for something like
$PROMPT_COMMAND which would be run after the user entered a command,
and before executing the command.  (He didn't say what he wanted to
use it for.)  This feature would also satisfy that request.


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