I want to execute a program which outputs to stderr, in a section of c code. I could use popen() to monitor output, but this only pipes stdout back to the calling program. I need to read from stderr to recieve update information until the program has finished executing.
This is a little tedious to set up, but it's not that hard. What you have to do is explicitly do all the magic that popen() normally does for you. Here's code that you can use to do it. The super_popen()
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