I am really having some trouble understanding pipeline substitution. I have a program that I run with the make command that writes to stdout. What I want to be able to do is parse through the output based on criteria to multiple files.
The command I have in my script is as follows:
make | tee > (grep @@@ >> ooo_output.txt) > (grep cycles >> ooo_cpi.txt)
This seems to follow the same format that can be found in this wiki page http://mywiki.wooledge.org/ProcessSubstitution, however, when I run my script I get the following error:
./test_script: line 15: syntax error near unexpected token `(' ./test_script: line 15: ` make | tee > (grep @@@ >> ooo_output.txt)'
Can someone explain what I am doing wrong? Thanks =)