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Mon, 1 May 2006 17:37:33 +0200
My compiler puts -all- its output to stdout, including warnings and errors.
That's too bad because I redirect the normal output to a file, but
developers would like to see the warnings and errors scroll by.
How does gcc handle this? Do warnings and errors go to stderr, as I would
I'd like to have a clean make output ("Compiling file1.c ..." etc.),
redirect all other compiler output (header, version, "everything okidoki")
to a file (or /dev/null) but ONLY display warnings and errors. I was
wondering how gcc does this.