Rob Camick wrote:The [Message Console might be what you are looking for.
It would be great if it was the stderr and stdout of the current application that should be great. In this case, it's the stderr and stdout from a separate process.
Konstantinos, first of all, please read this
. You'll find it very useful.
In that article, the StreamGobbler code on page 4 is almost what you want. However, instead of printing, you want to add it:
Apart from appending only the exception's String form, you can print the stack trace to the text area as well, using my patented (