On Mon, 28 Apr 2003, Andreas Schwab wrote:
> "Richard B. Johnson" <email@example.com> writes:
> |> On Mon, 28 Apr 2003, Andreas Schwab wrote:
> |> > "Richard B. Johnson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> |> >
> |> > |> The following is a "simple popem()', about as minimal as
> |> > |> you can get and have it work.
> |> >
> |> > Except it doesn't.
> |> >
> |> > |> i = 0;
> |> > |> args[i++] = "/bin/sh";
> |> > |> args[i++] = "-c";
> |> > |> args[i++] = strtok((char *)command, " ");
> |> > |> for(; i< NR_ARGS; i++)
> |> > |> if((args[i] = strtok(NULL, " ")) == NULL)
> |> > |> break;
> |> Yes it does.
> $ sh -c echo a b c
> $ sh -c 'echo a b c'
> a b c
> Not what I call working.
Read the bash documentation `man bash`. The first argument becomes
$0 (the process name), the second becomes $1, etc. Please don't
just keep assuming that I don't know what I'm talking about.
$ sh -c 'ignore echo a b c'
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