[LAD] Interface development for the blind (starting from Bristol)

Julien Claassen julien at c-lab.de
Sun Apr 11 19:48:51 UTC 2010

Hello again!
   When I want to get debug output, I have several choices. Besides the usual, 
piping output directly to a file:
command &> log
   I can use my braille display to cut-copy-past text. It's similar to the old 
mouse driver GPM I think. You could highlight a line or more and then copy it 
to somewhere else.
   Files are of course the easiest way, because you can directly attach them 
and the programmer might have parsing methodsfor the output. Perhaps it might 
get long and an exact output might help. but that usually only applies to very 
big apps.
   Warmly yours

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