[arch-general] How to do this

Baho Utot baho-utot at columbus.rr.com
Sun Oct 24 11:34:14 EDT 2010

On 10/24/10 11:20, Johannes Held wrote:
> Christian<christian08 at runbox.com>:
>> I know that I have to use piping for this, but I want to output the
>> errors I get while compiling a program into atext file.
>> What to type after make then?
> You could try "tee". man tee.
> your_command | tee file_1 file_2

If you need to bail from a calling makefile/bash script if an error 
occurs do this:


( <your_command> | tee -a ${LOG} && exit $PIPESTATUS ) # append to a log 

( <your_command> | tee ${LOG} && exit $PIPESTATUS ) # overwrite the log file

Then the calling makefile/bash script will bail on an error and not 

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