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> DJGPP comes with a program called "redir" that handles that problem.
> Type "info redir" at the DOS prompt for full documentation.
> Example:
> C:\> redir -e errors.txt gcc -c foo.c

I have a question: does it hurt if we rename redir to something else (or
copy it to something else)? Windows 2000 also has ... believe it or not
(grrrr...) it's own redir app that serves an entirely differnet purpose..


Ps: Windows 2000 nuisance list (so far):
own find.exe
own sort.exe
own redir.exe

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