Basically I have a couple of different use cases for executing a long running command, capturing the output, and doing something with the output:
some job: script: - some-long-command | tee /dev/tty | do-some-validation
This fails because there is no tty, so basically, is there any way that I could write the ‘host’ of the pipeline.
this works in some cases, but I don’t want to have to write to a file when it shouldn’t be neccissary.
some job: script: - some-long-command | tee log.txt - do-some-validation < log.txt