Redirecting log output?

by Faber Fedor » Thu, 19 Mar 2009 00:50:21 GMT


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 I want to log messages on my ADP to the sd card.  I was hoping to use the
built-in Log.x() functionality but I don't see any way to redirect the
output of Log.x().

Do I have to create my own logging object just to store messages on my sd
card?

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Faber Fedor
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