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Author martin.panter
Recipients Daniel.Gonzalez, eric.araujo, ezio.melotti, ggenellina, martin.panter, mdomingues
Date 2014-07-20.01:35:18
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I experimented with various redirections to /dev/null, files, and other terminal windows on Linux. Current behaviour I am seeing seems to be something like this:

* Prefers prompting to stderr if both stdout and stderr are terminals
* Prefers prompting to stdout if neither are terminals
* Prompts to the non-terminal if only one of stderr and stdout is a terminal. Surely this one should be the other way around if there is going to be a preference at all?
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