proc2 -> stdout / proc1 \ proc3 -> stdout
I have 'proc1' with some output that I would like to pass in to 'proc2' and 'proc3'.
I would not like to save the output from 'proc1' and pass that in [as the input] to two other processes, 'proc2' and 'proc3'.
There was a lot of discussion about 'tee' and I found 'wtee'.
Alas, the following did not work:
proc1 | wtee (proc2 -i - <other arguments>) (proc3 -i - <other arguments>)
Note: The '-i -' is passed in to 'proc2' and 'proc3' so that each process knows where the input is coming from (stdout).
Is there a way I can do what I am trying to do in Windows?
Perhaps the arguments passed in to each process is why the two are not working?
Am I better off [or stuck] writing a program to do this?