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Writing commandlet output to stdout

I'm implementing a commandlet that needs to send some output to stdout for a utility to consume (I'm investigating the use of textconv to enable simple diffing of assets in Git).

I'm using FOutputDeviceStdOutput to print that to the console, but turning on AllowStdOutLogVerbosity (which is necessary for that to work) also adds a bunch of other debug spam.

Is there a way for me to have the engine run silently and just output the commandlet's data on stdout without having to use a custom output device of some sort, and possibly override the default one to hide the other spam?

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asked Nov 06 '14 at 03:21 AM in C++ Programming

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i'm interested in it, too

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answered Jan 02 '18 at 08:31 AM

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