For background, I previously asked this question.
I am using stderred to turn stderr text in red when diplayed on a terminal. This works nicely on most occasions, more specifically for what appear to be binary executables as opposed to bash scripts.
I realized that
stderred does not appear to work when stderr is referred to directly from a
command called from a terminal.
For example, using
stderred I still do not have red if I use redirection as with the following:
echo "pomme" 1>&2
How is redirection any different than other cases with regards to the
How can I have red for stderr output if I redirect
1>&2 in a
/bin/bash context, as I do in my bash scripts (Ubuntu 15.10)?