[Ifeffit] suppressing the stdout of FEFF
newville at cars.uchicago.edu
Mon Oct 26 11:17:38 CDT 2009
Just to follow up on Bruce's response....
The short answer is No. Feff8 is hardwired to write to stdout.
Changing that would be a large task. It sounds like you are writing
a script to loop around running Feff8. If so, you can use system
feff8 > output.txt
In fact, essentially all of the information sent to stdout is also
sent to log files. If you're on a Unix-like platform (linux, Mac OS
X, cygwin, ....), you can send the results to /dev/null and read the
appropriate log files.
If you are writing scripts to loop around Feff, I'd recommend making
sure that each run happens in its own directory.
On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 6:35 AM, Jochen Brendt <brendt at pc.rwth-aachen.de> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I want to use FEFF8 in a program loop and redirect the stdout of this
> programm in a textfile. When I run the loop several times this textfile
> becomes very large. Does anybody know, if there is a way to suppress the
> stdout of FEFF8 ?
> Regards, Jochen
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