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Offline Jo

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« Posted 2004-11-13 14:01:09 »

Hi,

Would it be possible in the next release not to report the 'ATI workaround' message to standard error output? I would have mentioned this when beta 5 was released, but I seem to recall a message that said this going to be removed from stderr in the next release (apologies if I misunderstood).

I personally have no problem with it being reported to stdout, but my application at least, captures all stderr output and informs the user of an error. Given that this is really just an information message, it makes sense to me to report to stdout if at all.

Thanks,

Jo.
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