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[Help-gnucap] quiet mode?

From: dan chak
Subject: [Help-gnucap] quiet mode?
Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 23:17:44 -0400
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Is there a quiet mode in gnucap? I am running it in batch mode from another program, and I don't want all the constant output in the terminal. I could redirect my entire program to /dev/null, but I don't really want to do that, and I don't know if it's possible to redirect the output of an execl() call...

I'm looking for something of the form "gnucap --quiet -b".. Also, is there really a reason for output at all when in batch mode, except for maybe errors?

Another weird thing I noticed about batch mode is that the user is prompted to replace output files. By being called "batch mode" I assume this to mean there is no user present to provide intervention, so I would expect it to just proceed by overwriting the file that's present.


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