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Tony Hoyle writes: > Christopher J. Madsen wrote: > > > I added some debugging code to record the parameters to the Emacs > > call-process function. Here's what happens when I type C-x C-q to > > check in my changes: > > > > (call-process "cvs" nil t nil "ci" "-mLine 1\nLine 2\nLine 3\n" > > "junk.cpp") > > > > But CVSNT acts like it was called like this: > > > > (call-process "cvs" nil t nil "ci" "-mLine 1") > > > That sounds about right. The command processor strips the first layer of > quotes before it parses it. Emacs should put the whole command line in > quotes to avoid the first layer of parsing by cmd.exe. > > It's possible RCS is being called differently (is it a DOS or Cygwin app? > They are treated differently). I'm using the GNU RCS 5.7 which I got from ftp://ftp.cs.purdue.edu/pub/RCS/rcs57pc1.zip It's not a DOS app, and I don't think it's a Cygwin one either (it certainly doesn't link to the cygwin DLL). -- Chris Madsen cjm at pobox.com ------------------ http://www.pobox.com/~cjm ------------------