[cvsnt] Re: loginfo bug ?

Bo Berglund Bo.Berglund at system3r.se
Tue Jun 24 09:07:51 BST 2003

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Possibly, but I had my problem in the very first item after the regulat expression:
ALL C:\Program Files\CVSMailer\CVSmailer.exe blah blah blah
results in CVSNT trying to execute
with the first argument

Putting quotes around the program name did not help at all, so I forced the setup
to install to C:\Programs\CVSMailer\CVSMailer.exe instead (no spaces in path).
Then it started working again.


-----Original Message-----
From: Russell Yanofsky [mailto:rey4 at columbia.edu]
Sent: den 23 juni 2003 23:42
To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook
Subject: [cvsnt] Re: loginfo bug ?

Bo Berglund wrote:
> I think that the commands given on the script lines are actually not
> passed "as is" to cmd.exe. Instead CVS itself seems to parse out the
> data and in doing so it does not make use of the double quotes as
> cmd.exe does.

AFAICT, the only change CVSNT makes to the script line is to replace %{sVv} with
an argument containing the specified data. The argument is quoted if necessary.

> End result is:
> You cannot have extra spaces in either the command program itself or
> in the arguments.

Again AFAICT, CVSNT seems to leave spaces on the script line intact. And when it
expands %{sVv,}it escapes any spaces in folder or file names by preceding them
with a backslash.

- Russ

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