I've recently run into an edge case where I've created a small utility
program for Windows. It is built with -H=windowsgui to avoid creating a
console window when normally run. However, the program is instrumented
using the log package, and it would be nice if those message were visible
when the program is started from the command line. It is possible for a
program to attach to the console in this case. In essence, when started
through the start menu, such a program will not have a console, but when
started from the command line, the output would be directed to that console.
I can achieve the without modifying the runtime, but would be willing to
submit a patch so that this behaviour was standard.
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