> Do you mean redirecting stderr of the main picolisp process at the
> start from shell or is there a way of redirecting forked child
Yes. Usually, I do that for production applications anyway. But it will
log that noisy messages, too.
> processes, maybe with some trick like (out '/dev/null (in 2 (echo)))?
Unfortunately, this will not work.
You could do it on the C level, if you write a function 'out2' or so,
which does the necessary stdio file descriptor manipulations.
But I think this is too much trouble. I would just write a wrapper shell
exec bcrypt "$@" 2>/dev/null
and call that from the Lisp 'bcrypt', or call a shell directly:
(out (list 'sh "-c" (pack "bcrypt " F " 2>/dev/null))
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