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Tail -f for NT - Does anyone know such utilities?
we are looking for a low budget program that can perform the unix command tail-f on NT machines.
The command enables to view files while they are beeing modified and appended.
Shal you know where to find such tool - please send to : email@example.com
Re: Tail -f for NT - Does anyone know such utilities?
You should look for an NT port of the 'less' utility (I have one on my computer but I don't know from where; write again if you want it via mail - 124k zip package - or better search, maybe on www.gnu.org, I guess). It has a 'follow' mode (triggered by Shift-F, but I think it's possible to activate it from command line too - did not investigated this), in which mode it shows the last lines of the file; I use it to watch log files while being written by test jobs.