LOGGING

Log the debugging session to a file

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows

 

USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
LOGGING START[/APPEND] filename
LOGGING STOP

Arguments

/APPEND

Appends the logging output to the end of the specified file.

filename

The name of the file to log to.

Discussion

The LOGGING START command writes all debugger commands and command output to the specified log file. By default, a new log file is created unless the /APPEND option is present. If /APPEND is specified, the debugger opens the file in append mode and starts writing at the end of the file.

The LOGGING STOP command stops logging and closes the file. If the debugger is exited before this command is issued, an implied LOGGING STOP is performed to close the log file.