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program args to dtk-program



I'm thinking of implementing a patch where  program args are
always a lisp list -- if getting from an env var, then split on
whitespace.
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On 10/2/13, Jarek Czekalski <jarekczek@poczta.onet.pl> wrote:
>
> W dniu 2013-10-03 04:28, T. V. Raman pisze:
>> interestingly, on Linux, passing "" to a script that takes no
>> args has no damaging effect; guess that breaks on Windows.
>
> When script does not read arguments, nothing bad will happen. However an
> incorrect script that makes some assumptions about the arguments could
> break.
>
> It's possible to pass "espeak" command line as server. It's interesting
> because it almost works. Speaks a lot of rubbish, but the desired things
> too. However it won't work if run with empty argument. Empty argument
> would be treated as the text to speak. The application would speak
> nothing and exit, not waiting for standard input.
>
> Jarek
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