[Wine] Re: NOLF2 - Registry key?

Randall Walls rwalls at gwi.net
Sun Sep 4 08:42:52 CDT 2005

I would please ask that you not question my loyalty to Google, or make 
assumptions about my knowledge of the unix command line. For your 
information, pipes, in the unix vernacular, refers to using one 
command's output as input for a second command. What I am attempting to 
do is output redirection. There is a very strict difference. :-P

I had already tried both suggestions that you made (with the exception 
of adding the 'trace' class to the WINEDEBUG variable to limit the 
output) and neither worked in the manner I expected. Setting WINEDEBUG 
when I call wine to run the app does not appear to give me any trace 
info at all, I have to export the variable prior to calling wine to get 
the desired output. However, when I do this, I can't redirect it, 
because appending 2>&1 winetrace to the end of wine app.exe would 
redirect output from wine, and not what is coming from the trace.

Any other thoughts?

Randall Walls

Molle Bestefich wrote:

>Randall Walls wrote:
>>Anyway to redirect the trace output to a file so I can grep through it?
>>There is a hugh amount of info that comes out of the trace.
>Not a friend of Google, eh?
>Seems a bit odd that you know grep but don't know how to use pipes. Hm..
>Guessing that the trace output appears on stderr, do:
>$ WINEDEBUG=+reg,+whatever wine app.exe 2> tracefile.log
>to redirect stderr to a log file.
>Or, to redirect both stdout and stderr to the same file:
>$ WINEDEBUG=+reg,+whatever wine app.exe > tracefile.log 2>&1

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