Redirecting stderr to stdout through pipe doesn't work the way it does in Linux
Wed Dec 5 19:43:00 GMT 2018
On 12/5/2018 1:33 PM, David Karr wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 5, 2018 at 9:43 AM cyg Simple <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Your query got me interested in looking and I believe that winpty needs
>> to be at the front of all the commands so that it can communicate with
>> mintty properly. To overcome the need to remember you could add an
>> alias to execute the command; `alias FOO="winpty FOO"'.
> Sigh. What a mess. I can't get this to work. It was easy enough when a
> single script has to execute "kubectl", having "winpty" prefix that call,
> but I'm trying to write a script that calls that other script, and even in
> a pipeline.
> If I have "winpty" prefix the call to the script that calls "kubectl", it
> winpty: error: cannot start '...': Not found in PATH
> When I changed it so it references the absolute path, it then says "%1 is
> not a valid Win32 application. (error 0xc1)". So, this makes it clear that
> winpty can only directly execute Windows applications, which makes sense.
> So how can I call a Windows application from more than just the top-level
What does cygcheck say about your winpty? You are using the Cygwin
compiled version, correct?
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