Sorry - should have made that clear. Yes, there is a --xml flag
already in the system.
If you specify --xml, the output is wrapped in XML tags. You don't
need to also specify --tag-output...the --xml tag implies that option.
Thanks for reminding me, though ;-)
On Aug 28, 2008, at 7:30 AM, Greg Watson wrote:
> Can we also have an option to wrap stdout/err in XML tags, or were
> you already planning that?
> On Aug 28, 2008, at 8:51 AM, Ralph Castain wrote:
>> The revised IOF design calls for several new cmd line options:
>> 1. specify which procs are to receive stdin. The options that were
>> to be supported are: all procs, a specific proc, or no procs. The
>> default will be rank=0 only. All procs not included will have their
>> stdin tied to /dev/null - which means a debugger could not attach
>> to the stdin at a later time.
>> 2. specify which stdxxx file descriptors you want left open on your
>> procs. Our defaults are to leave stdout/stderr/stddiag open on all
>> procs. This option would allow the user to specify that we tie any
>> or all of these to /dev/null
>> 3. tag output with [job,rank] on every line. I have currently
>> defined this option to be --tag-output. It is "off" by default,
>> though at least one user has questioned that it should be "on" by
>> Does anyone have suggestions as to the naming of these cmd line
>> options, their behavior, and/or their default settings? Any
>> additional requests?
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