Author tim_evans
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Date 2003-04-11.00:49:27
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Yet another alternative: when soneone writes to stdout or
stderr, open a console window and write into that.  I have
seen this used by the win32 vesion of Glade (the GTK gui
builder), so it may be a part of the win32 version of GTK or
Glib.

Personally, I would prefer just discarding the output.  This
is not inconsistant.  My gui apps on Linux are started from
the gnome panel (or an equivalent), not an xterm, so
anything they print gets discarded too.

Note that it is still posible to capture the stdout and
stderr of pythonw (at least on NT/2K/XP) by redirecting them
at the command prompt, like this: pythonw spam.pyw >
stdout.log 2> stderr.log
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