capturing stdout and stderr?
I'm asking where do I start my research, recommendations for a module
or function. I'm not asking for code that does what I need.
I have a need to start a command then read the command's stdout and
stderr streams, capturing each line individually, prepending 'STDOUT:'
or 'STDERR:' to the line depending on which stream the line came from,
then writing the line to a central log file.
In C I would fork(), exec(), then from the parent just use select()
to grab each line that comes from the child.
Is the same approach the simpleist way in Perl or should I look at
IPC::Open3 or IPC::Run?
This script needs to run on linux, HP-UX, Solaris, IRIX, Mac OS X,
cygwin/win32, and cygwin/win64.
Thanks for your thoughts.
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