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Logging

A log of the program's activity is written to the terminal. The verbosity of this log can be increased by the -v switch on the command-line, which can be repeated for even more verbosity. The verbosity can also be indicated from the GUI.

The GUI has an internal log buffer that can be displayed with the Options-$>$ShowLog option. By default, a duplicate of the log will still be written to the terminal. To stop terminal output, you can use the -q switch on the command line.

The log window allows to run the GUI without associated terminal, e.g., from a window manager menu.



Jan-Uwe Ness
2003-05-23