Author tim.peters
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Date 2003-03-20.04:17:16
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I can swing either way on this, or even a third:  open text 
files stdout.txt and stderr.txt in the current directory then.  
That's really aiming at a different irritation, though, that 
tracebacks end up in the bit bucket by default under 
pythonw.

BTW, making stdout and stderr /dev/null workalikes is 
least attractive to me (nobody would write to stdout or 
stderr *intending* the output be lost).  I'm (barely) OK with 
letting it stay as it is, because that just reflects Windows 
reality.
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