logsave

Save the output of a command in a logfile.

TLDR

Execute command with specified argument(s) and save its output to log file

$ logsave [path/to/logfile] [command]
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Take input from standard input and save it in a log file

$ logsave [logfile] -
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Append the output to a log file, instead of replacing its current contents

$ logsave -a [logfile] [command]
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Show verbose output

$ logsave -v [logfile] [command]
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