Well, first of all, i'm a spanish, i'm sorry by my bad english :(.

The question is: when you are compiling a file, for example, a C file, you write, if you have the GCC compiler:
gcc myfile.c
And this programs returns you successfully, or report about errors... and, for example, in IDE RadAsm, when you compile your asm file, you can watch the same above.... how can thay catch these reports??
Thanks you!
Posted on 2004-10-04 17:58:46 by DeAtH HaS cOMe

You can do what you ask by using PIPES. One of Iczelion's tutorial is a good start.
Basically you run the process that you want to capture its output from your own code, but before starting it you ensure that the console input / output of that program is redirected to your program through a pipe.
Try to find in any Win32 API documentation info about PIPES.
Posted on 2004-10-04 18:47:45 by Eugen