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How to get the output of a command using EiffelProcess

This is a quite basic but essential operation: Launch a command, and get its output in a string.

There are various solutions.

  • One is to redirect the output to a temporary file, and then read its content. But this is not convenient, since it require disk access, and you can not always hide the process.

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colin-adams's picture

I have been disappointed in the quality of the ISO standard for Eiffel. In fact I would be ashamed to point to it in order to show-off Eiffel.

For one, it has far too many typographical errors.

For another, some areas appear to be under-specified. For example, Unicode.

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