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  • #22619

    Bogumil Dzienis
    Participant

    I want to monitor command output
    so i have command like this

    1.Run cmd
    2.ping 10.1.0.12 -t > “Ping Results.txt”

    and i see in total commander that file size is growing

    but when i open this file in emeditor
    and configure to relaod it didnt work
    i have to reopen file

    from what i test
    Notepad++ also coudnt reload file and didnt prompt any message

    could you do something with this
    to make it work

    #22633

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    In the File page of configuration properties, did you select Auto-Reload from the Changed by Another Program drop-down list? If you need to have it reloaded more frequently, you might want to enter a smaller number in the Monitor Interval text box.

    #22634

    Bogumil Dzienis
    Participant

    i have settings like this
    https://i.imgur.com/Y4IALUH.png
    and when i start pinging to file
    file isnt reloaded
    itried to show this on this gif
    https://i.imgur.com/Ys9xFnr.gif

    #22637

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    I reproduced the issue, but I don’t know if Command Prompt output can be monitored in this fashion. Do you know any other text editors that can monitor the output like this?

    #22638

    Bogumil Dzienis
    Participant

    unfortunately no:/
    only tools like tail – http://ophilipp.free.fr/op_tail.htm

    i really often use emeditor
    and its filtering options
    and i wanted to use it to filter logs

    sometimes i need to run the process that dont create log file
    and writes only on console

    so i thought i can redirect it to file
    and then filter it in emeditor

    notepad++ also have good option to consider
    Scroll to the last line after update – that you can check or not

    of course its a suggestion
    maybe it can be done:)

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