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Showing output of console app in a window

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Hi,
    We've written a compiling system as a console application. Now we'd like to build a programmer's env. How do we show the error messages given by the console app in a window, just as say VC++ does. We're planning to write an MDI application, with the "compile" option in a menu.
    Thank you.
- Srineet.
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by:inpras
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U can write all the outputs to a file and read that file paralelly and display it in a window say a splitter window..
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by:Zoppo
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Hi srineet,

I once before answered this in another question Q.10259474.

But before you pay points for reading this take a look at MSDN article ID: Q190351

hope that helps,

ZOPPO
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SamHobbs earned 75 total points
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I think that the CodeGuru web site has something too.
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