|Subject:||Re: bug#16843: Error caused due to regression in git|
|Date:||Mon, 24 Feb 2014 20:37:46 +0100|
On 02/24/2014 07:00 AM, Eric Blake wrote:What about:
> Based on the test that is failing, can you please show the output of:
> git submodule --quiet foreach echo 'a b' '"c d"'
> On my version (22.214.171.124), I get 'a b c d' (that is, echo saw three
> arguments rather than 2, where only my 'c d' argument survived because
> it was double-quoted). I'm guessing your version preserves extra
> quotes, because it is not being passed through a layer of shell
git submodule --quiet foreach 'echo a b "c d" "$sha1"'
That is, does presenting the entire command as a single argument to git
still manage to interpolate the shell variable and preserve the double
space between c and d while doing word splitting between a and b?
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