I'm working on a program that makes heavy use of "cout << strSomething;" to log information to the console. I need to modify the program so that all console output goes to both the console AND a file. Although I can modify the "cout <<" in our code, there are several large third party libraries that also use "cout <<"; those libraries cannot be modified due to their licenses - so modifying all references to "cout <<" is not a solution. Also, the use of "wtee.exe" isn't possible due to the manner in which the command lines are executed.
I am using Visual Studio 2008. I've seen the posting at Google Groups: redirect cout to file, which appears to do EXACTLY what I want to do. The only problem is that the code won't compile. I get C2248 errors "cannot access protected member" on the ->overflow() and ->sync() method calls.
Would anyone know how to get this code to compile? Or an alternate way of redirecting cout to both console and file simultaneously?
sync calls can be replaced with
pubsync. As for the
overflow call I think that may be a typo. as it looks as if it should be a call to