_mental_ wrote:If you need interprocess communication with GZDoom then it should be cross-platform and more explicit than reading from stdin.
Definitely wouldn't mind this, but I'm unfamiliar with what options would be available to do that with GZDoom. For my own project I'm looking to tell a live session to execute scripts just like I would with the console in-game, only triggered from outside of the game. It's not robust and wouldn't allow you a lot of flexibility, but since the process can already output to the terminal with stdout I thought reading from stdin would be simpler and more likely to be implemented.
Most of users run Windows, but GZDoom doesn’t output anything to command prompt window. So, consistency is a wrong premise here as well.
That is true, my apologies, I had wrongfully assumed that Windows would output the same as it does on MacOS and Linux if you launched it directly.
If this is not a feature that can be implemented, would it be feasible to use ACS or ZScript to dump console output to a file or read input from another file? Most of my experience dealing with ACS is for control through the console since my previous project used Zandronum Server which allows me to hook it this way. If so I can go looking for it but I'm not really sure if that's possible as an alternative.
Thank you for your time on this.