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While working on a cross compilation project that uses mock to manage a
long-term chroot, I got quite annoyed that when mock throws an error due
to a failed command, I would have to go dig into the log files to find
what went wrong. It occurred to me that since there's error output going
out from an exception, there *shouldn't* be a problem with printing the
output of the failing command on stderr.
So the question to users of mock (especially the plague folks):
Will adding the error output of a failed command to the stderr stream
from mock cause problems to programs calling mock?
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