[Geany] Writing status message to log file
elextr at xxxxx
Sun Sep 2 10:01:57 UTC 2012
On 2 September 2012 19:46, Hugh Barnard <hugh.barnard at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks
> First of all, big thank you to geany developers, it's my main editor now for
> over a year or so.
> I use geany for commercial projects that I do as a freelance, so I'm
> wondering about whether there's a way to write the status log to disk? That
> would mean that I could run some [fairly ugly] script to keep track of time
> spent on this and on 'that'.
Well, I guess you can tell how long the file is open, if that equates
to time spent then fine, for me that often equates to time spent
Anyway if you are running on Linux then run Geany from the command
line with -v and re-direct the stdout & stderr to a file should get
you when things are opened and closed.
> Apologies if it's a question already asked, I looked through some of the
> recent archive and couldn't see an answer.
> Best regards Hugh Barnard
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