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From Ben Laurie <>
Subject Re: [Fwd: [Spread-users] send text to spread group from command line?]
Date Mon, 27 Aug 2001 14:14:20 GMT
Ryan Bloom wrote:
> I would.  But I have a very good reason.  We already have the same
> basic idea, but done a bit safer.  Basically, we have a log_error hook,
> but it is run at the end of log_error_core, so that we are sure that we
> always get the error in the error_log, even if we don't get it anyplace
> else.  There are some minor tweaks that should be made to the
> current hook, because right now it actually sends out too much
> information, like the timestamp.  But, it should handle what George wants
> just fine.

I don't see why this is any safer than George's proposal, though -
indeed, IMO, his is more elegant since it makes it easier for someone
who really wants to disable the standard error logging to be able to do




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