On Thu, Oct 03, 2002 at 03:03:35PM +0100, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> do what you want. What you really want is something like this:
>> cat myfile | tee >(prog1) | tee >(prog2) | ... | tee >(progN-1) | progN
Ah. Hmm. Just tested this locally, and it doesn't work in that form.
I've no idea why to be honest, but this does work:
for 2: cat myfile | tee >(prog1) | prog2
for 3: cat myfile | tee >(tee >(prog1) | prog2) | prog3
for 4: cat myfile | tee >(tee >(tee >(prog1) | prog2) | prog3) | prog4
Hope that helps,
Steve, typing on a 2s lag link is bad for your sanity.
High salt diets are bad for you - but only outside marriage.
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