[hatari-devel] Console I/O on Windows

Nicolas Pomarède npomarede at corp.free.fr
Wed Jan 5 23:13:42 CET 2011

Le 05/01/2011 23:07, Vincent Rivière a écrit :
> Eero Tamminen wrote:
>>> If you double-click hatari.exe, there is no ugly console opened by
>>> default. If you make a shortcut to "hatari.exe -D", you get a console,
>>> debug output, and the debugger.
>> "-D" option cannot have an effect like that. It only sets a flag that
>> causes debugger to be invoked when CPU core encounters certain
>> types of exceptions.
> I don't know how, but it does.
> If you test that, you will see the same thing as me.

Maybe Windows is detecting some data are sent to stdio and opens the 
console just at this moment ?

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