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lynx-dev OK "lynx -v"; ERROR: "lynx -v > foo.out"; WHY?

From: David Combs
Subject: lynx-dev OK "lynx -v"; ERROR: "lynx -v > foo.out"; WHY?
Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2002 03:26:09 -0400
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When I'm just sitting around, not within any
program, and I do 
      lynx -v

, all kinds of stuff types out about
the version it came from, etc.

HOWEVER!!!, if I simply add a "> foo"
or even ">! foo" (tcsh),
I get this very-strange (to me) error msg:

   lynx: Invalid Option: -v

To me, *very* confusing!

Any explanation, or fix?



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