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Re: [vox-tech] Where did all my output go? Bash shell question
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Re: [vox-tech] Where did all my output go? Bash shell question

Jeff Newmiller wrote:
I don't _know_ that this is your problem, but unless you use the
"alias" command interactively to determine whether it is or isn't, you
won't either.
All I meant is I'm running a binary, and I wasn't running a script. The thought of an alias didn't cross my mind, because my .bash_profile and .bashrc are pretty bare. But anyway:

jstrauss@hydrogen:~$ alias
alias ls='ls --color=auto'
alias xterm='xterm -vb -sb -rightbar -sl 2000 -fn 7x14 -geometry 80x30 -bg black -fg grey'

If my suggestion is just incredibly obvious to you, please understand that
we all overlook the obvious sometimes, so it can help focus responses if
you _tell_ us that you checked for aliases.

It doesn't have a verbose option.

Hmm... perhaps you should check again? [1]
jstrauss@hydrogen:~$ svn co --verbose
Subcommand 'checkout' doesn't accept option '-v [--verbose]'
Type 'svn help checkout' for usage.

I think my question is just more of a shell question. I could see if I was doing something like `svn $1` where the child shell was swallowing the output, but this is a function in my main login shell

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