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Re: [elpa] externals/ob-haxe d10f2b1: ob-haxe.el: Escape special charact
Re: [elpa] externals/ob-haxe d10f2b1: ob-haxe.el: Escape special characters in shell commands
Sat, 30 Jan 2021 06:17:56 -0500
> > +path to the executable, like \"/usr/local/bin/neko\". This is
> > +run in a shell."
> I think it's not clear what "This is run in a shell" means here.
> Typically it either means that the usual "shell preprocessing" will take
> place, so you can use $ spaces and quotes to construct a "chunk" of
> a command, or it is just an implementation detail (in which case
> there's no particular reason to mention it in such docstrings).
It is the latter case. I wrote that before adding code to escape the
string. It isn't useful anymore. I've removed it.
> > @@ -126,11 +126,13 @@ replaced in this string.")
> > (or (cdr (assq :haxe params))
> > org-babel-haxe-compiler))
> > (org-babel-neko-command
> > - (or (cdr (assq :neko params))
> > - org-babel-neko-command))
> > + (replace-regexp-in-string "\\([ \"]\\)" "\\\\\\1" ; escape
> > double quotes or spaces
> > + (or (cdr (assq :neko params))
> > + org-babel-neko-command)))
> You might want to use `shell-quote-argument` instead, so it also escapes
> backslashes, pipes, semi colons and whatnot and generally tries to
> ensure that the strings is passed through "as is", so the user doesn't
> need to know that the string is used as part of a shell command.
Good suggestion. done.
I've read a lot of the elisp docs but am unfamiliar with most of the
builtin functions in emacs core. I should probably start from the
assumption that whatever I want to do is in there somewhere and search
before writing anything new.