Specifying a log file name at the command prompt
Posted by skumar003 (skumar003), 7 May 2003My executable(RUN) at the command prompt is as follows.
RUN contains the commands
execute port@host package
Package contains the scripts to run
In the execute file I am doing the following to create a log file
log_file -a -noappend results.log.
Whenever I perform RUN it creates a logfile results.log.
What I want to do from here is that have the option of specifying a log file when I say RUN
Run x.log --it should create log file named x.log
If I juat say RUN it by default creates results.log
How can I accomplish this? Can U please offer your thoughts.
Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 7 May 2003Command line parameters are held in the variable argv.
Here's an example which uses the last command line parameter as the file name if the command is run with parameters, and uses results.txt as the log file if you run it with no parameters at all
When you run that, you get
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