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Problems with maillist archive searches
- To: "'email@example.com'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Problems with maillist archive searches
- From: "Stewart, Wayne" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 17:59:58 -0700
I did the following maillist search at
Search for: stdio stderr
When to seach: Since a Year Ago
I got 283 matches on 6 pages
(at 50 hits per page). Reasonable.
When I follow the link for page 2,
all of a sudden I have 787 hits on
16 pages and the search period has
changed from "Since a Year Ago" to
Anybody else had similar problems?
Now, having given up on searching
the maillist archives, here's my
potentially pre-asked question:
I have a cygwin program that calls
into a Windows DLL. The windows
DLL writes to stdout & stderr.
The Win32 stdout/stderr appear to
be different than the CygWin
stdout/stderr. For instance, if
I run said program in an NTemacs
shell (bash), I see the cygwin
stdout/stderr writes but the
ones from the Win32 DLL have
disappeared, even though they
were there in a regular bash
shell and/or DOS box. Likewise
dejagnu/expect does not see the
Win32 stdout/stderr text.
What's going on here? Can I
write to Cygwin's stdout/stderr
from within my Win32 DLL, so that
emacs & dejagnu will see all my
program's output? Perhaps I could
pass a callback function into the
Win32 DLL to do the writes using
Cygwin's functions & file descriptors?
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