Bruce Momjian writes:
> I did a lot of poking around in MinGW and found some basic
> rules. First,
> MinGW's system() can't use single quotes for the executable
> name or any
> file used in redirection (as you showed above). Second, it gets
> confused with multiple double-quoted strings. The fix is to add a
> double-quote to the beginning and end of the system string,
> so a typical
> system string becomes:
> system("\"\"ls\" 'a' 'b c' > \"out\"\");
> Single quotes are fine for arguments.
> The applied patch makes this change and documents the behavior. Would
> folks test these changes on Win32 please?
FWIW, that's pretty much what I've been using.
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