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Re: Background jobs and notification (stdout vs stderr)

On 2004-07-02 14:16:33 +0100, Peter Stephenson wrote:
> I think this is probably because you don't usually want asynchronous job
> notifications mixed in with other error text, since they're nothing to
> do with what's actually running: job control is specifically interactive.
> Note that the interaction with the terminal output is inevitable, that's
> why you get the editing buffer cleard and the prompt reprinted
> afterwards.  I don't think you can redirect them without messing up
> terminal editing.

OK. I think that the zsh man pages should mention where all the data
output by zsh are sent (to stdout, stderr, the tty...).

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