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Archive for April 15th, 2010

.NET/C# – TEE filter that also runs on Windows (XP) Embedded – update

Posted by jpluimers on 2010/04/15

Last week, I posted a C# implementation of the tee filter from Sterling W. “Chip” Camden.

Since then I have modified it slightly.
Not because the implementation is bad, but because some pieces of software play dirty when saving their redirected output.

One of those applications is SubInAcl, otherwise a great tool for showing and modifying ACL and Ownership information of Windows NT objects (files, registry entries, etc).

However, when redirecing output or piping it, it writes a zero byte after each byte of text.
I’m not sure why: it might try to face some Unicode output, or just be buggy.

The new sourcecode is below. You can also download the project and binary as tee.C#.7z (you need the freeware 7zip compression tool to decompress this).
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