silly question, but how do I capture my make errors

john smith no at thanks.com
Sun Nov 24 01:50:57 PST 2002


>
> I usually use something like
>
>   make 2>&1 | tee 00make.log
>
> That way I can see make's progress in a terminal while all output,
> including errors, also goes to a file.  I like putting a "00" in the
> filename so it sorts at the very top of the directory list.
>
> Good luck!
>
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thanks. will try that



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