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Old 01-08-2013, 06:17 AM   #5
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There seems to be some differences in how the redirect > or >> works.

According to the specs, a single > redirects output and overwrite any file of the same name, whereas >> redirects and append to file.

- which is how it works here on my Windows 7.

The fille errors.txt should be in the same folder as the epubcheck.bat file (and should open in whatever texteditor is default on your system, but I have found, that it does not always work if you have a third-party editor set up as default.)

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Kim
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