On Thu, 6 Apr 2006 08:41:26 +0900 Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > On Wed, 05 Apr 2006 12:24:37 -0400 Mike Russo <email@example.com> > babbled: > > > Ecore_exe will try to avoid using "sh -c" to execute a program if > > it can. If the command line contains shell meta characters > > (defined as any combination of |&;<>$'\"'*?#) it will use the > > user's shell to execute the command, otherwise it will execute it > > directly. > > well that depends on flags. you can add to the exec flags > ECORE_EXE_USE_SH (its a bitmask - so just or it in) and then it will > use /bin/sh regardless <snip> > > Not really sure what the best way to fix this would be though. The > > simple solution of enclosing the command line in single quotes does > > not work. I think if the command line is parsed and all meta > > characters are escaped it will work with any shell, but I'm too > > lazy to implement that. :( Just wanted to report it, I'll probably > > change my shell or edit ecore_exe.c to use /bin/sh instead of my > > shell to work around it until someone less lazy then myself can fix > > it. :) > > see above - there *IS* a flag u can pass - and devian should be > escaping - just like you have to escape when u type it... There is a flag now, there wasn't before. I created that ECORE_EXE_USE_SH flag in response to Mikes email. Devian now uses it, so I hope this bug is now fixed.
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