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From Jake Ewerdt <j...@emeta.com>
Subject Re: Logging to console and a file
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2004 14:40:50 GMT
I use the record tag.  Just put this at the top of your target and it should log everything.

<tstamp><format property="TIMESTAMP" pattern="yyyyMMddHHmmss" /></tstamp>
<record name="/tmp/debug.${TIMESTAMP}" loglevel="info" append="no" action="start"/>

You can change info to warn or error to log less or verbose or debug to log more.

-jake


On Tuesday 06 January 2004 09:00 am, Wascally Wabbit wrote:
> At 07:27 AM 1/6/2004, you wrote:
> >Is there a way to redirect a console logger to a file and at the same
> >time leave it on conlose output? Can two loggers be added?
> >
> >Roman
>
> I have not verified this but... you could try the <capturelogs>
> and/or <capture-stdio> task in AntXtras package. FYI:
>
> <target name="Whatever">
>     <capturelogs importantfrom="info">
>
>         [bla bla bla]
>
>         <copylogged tofile="${mylogs}/captured.logs"/>
>     </capturelogs>
> </target>
>
> You can also capture stdio by substituting <capture-stdio>
> for <capturelogs> and setting the "from" attribute of
> the <copylogged> task to "stdio" (otherwise it defaults to
> "antlogs".
>
>
> The Wabbit
>
>
>
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