Re: Re: [PrimeNumbers] optimal parameters for GMP-ECM , -oe+ , -I
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--- Paul Leyland <paul@...> wrote:
> > I personally advise against using tee.If every chunk of output is accompanied with fflush(stdout) or fflush(NULL),
> Fair enough. tee(1) tends to work for me just fine but YMMV.
then YMWBPG. I definitely used to swear by tee - it's those annoying cases that
sting one one time in 20 that make one stop relying on it.
> Beware, though, that on Windows machines it's frequently the case thatLatest cygwin and WinXP works for me. Linux, works for me. The tail that comes
> you can't "tail -f" a file that something else has open for writing.
packaged with horrible abomination that spookily begins 'BS' refuses to -f
multiple files, so I deride it harshly whenever I can.
My biggest piece of advice for text terminal hackery is to use ``screen''.
Start a test in a terminal on a home machine, pick it up from a terminal at
work, detach, pick it back up again from a different terminal back home again.
And if you forgot to run screen and started something running from a console,
then the other favourite hack, in most linuxes, is to ``cat /dev/vcs0'' to see
what's going on there.
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