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Re: redirecting/merging stderr and stdout in cygwin bash

From: Andreas Schwab
Subject: Re: redirecting/merging stderr and stdout in cygwin bash
Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 12:03:47 +0100
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address@hidden (Tim Hanson) writes:

|> hi,
|> I'm not sure this is the write news group, but other cygwin bash
|> questions seemed to be asked here, including an almost identical one
|> from last June that apparently went unanswered.
|> I'd like to merge stderr with stdout using syntax along the lines of:
|>   something  2>&1 >$logfile

This doesn't.  It directs stderr to the former channel associated with
stdout and directs stdout to $logfile.  You want this:

     something >$logfile 2>&1


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