Alvin Penner wrote:
the Adib wrote:
> Any reason why there is a need for a separate application?
to the best of my knowledge, there is no other way of trapping error
messages to the console in Windows. One can, of course, run the Python
script by the same author (at http://kaioa.com/node/42
), but this is not
really suitable for 'most' users.
What I've done is that I've modified my build.xml to output a console
application instead of a GUI application. This hardly ever leads to
conflicts (as these switches are usually left alone). I just have to
make sure I don't commit my version of build.xml, but this is not a big
Of course this is only interesting for developers, and I do think it
makes sense to make the console messages more accessible in Inkscape,
but perhaps just adding inkscapec.exe to Inkscape's directory would not
be accessible enough. Perhaps a separate shortcut that would start