There is a bash script which prints some logs and allows some arguments. The script prints the logs to STDOUT.
Let's say the script's name is
I'd also like to make the script to print the logs to
STDOUT and a
This can be done with
$ AAA.sh -a -b --c=d | tee 2012-07-03-080000.log
But my team often forgets to pipe the output to
tee. We should save the logs to file.
So I'd like to wrap the script with
What I want to do is
$ WrapAAAwithTee.sh -a -b --c=d
Then AAAwithTee.sh should print the log to STDOUT and a log file.
How can I wrap the AAA.sh?