This is not so much a question as a passing on of a tip.
I have been working with Nixie and windows 10 and had on various occasions a need for a running tally of the log file. In linux/unix this is easy, just use the tail command and Bob's yer uncle as they say.
That quest wasn't as straight forward in windows, but, to the rescue windows PowerShell [PS]. PS is very powerful and out of the box comes with restrictions. To be able to run scripts you have to tell PS that it is ok to trust local scripts. To do this run PS in admin mode then execute the following command:
Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned. then answer yes to the allow question.
in notepad, enter the one-liner: Get-Content /nixie/myrobotlab.log -Wait and save it with a .ps1 extension. I named mine followlog.ps1 and saved it in my nixie directory. you can name yours whatever u like, just adjust the scripts below.
now anytime you want to do a running tail on yer log file just right click on followlog.ps1 and choose Run with PowerShell. (double clicking, for apparent security reasons, opens the file in notepad)
I modified my START_INMOOV.bat file to start the script automatically.
first off, change the line mv myrobotlab.log myrobotlab.log.1 to move /y myrobotlab.log myrobotlab.log.1 as mv is not recognized in windows.
next add the following two lines after the altered move line: