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Re: lynx-dev problem at DejaNews

From: Foteos Macrides
Subject: Re: lynx-dev problem at DejaNews
Date: Sun, 3 May 1998 11:21:29 -0400

Doug Kaufman <address@hidden> wrote:
>On Sun, 3 May 1998, T.E.Dickey wrote:
>> The trace is afaik normally written to $HOME/Lynx.trace
>> You can (on Unix) also get a usable trace by redirecting stderr, e.g.,
>>      lynx -trace 2>trace.out
>On any platform, direct trace to Lynx.trace with the command line
>switch, "-tlog" (i.e. "lynx -tlog -trace" or "lynx -tlog" and use ^T
>during the session to turn on trace mode). This assumes that TRACE_LOG
>was not set to TRUE when lynx was compiled.

        Note that the tlog stuff doesn't work with the W32 binary.  The
devel CHANGES log indicates that TD made the CTRACE(message) changes to
avoid using redirection, per se (though he hasn't yet dealt with some
old code that used perror() instead of TRACE clauses).  How often is the
W32 binary updated?

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