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Hi Blair, You can replace the stream buffer used by cout by a custom one. There you can do what you want (write to a file) in addition to sending everything to the original cout stream buffer. (You probably want to do the same thing for cerr). I learned how to do this from http://groups-beta.google.com/group/comp.lang.c++/msg/1d941c0f26ea0d81 In my case I write everything that goes on cout to an object in a root-file. Works great, and it is very useful to have the Geant4 text-output logged in the same file as the data from my runs. Good luck! Cheers, Tore
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