Matt <> writes:

>  ---- On Sat, 18 Nov 2023 04:11:03 +0100  Max Nikulin  wrote --- 
>  > >      bash -c bash /tmp/
>  > 
>  >  From my point of view it was a plain mistake in attempts to simulate 
>  > the issue outside of Emacs. There is no point to concentrate on this 
>  > command. I tried to explain that it is incorrect usage of "-c" shell 
>  > option and what is the actual effect of this call, but I seems I failed.
> As an ob-shell user, my expectation is that execution within Org produces the 
> same behavior as outside of Emacs.  This is why I've focused on the command.  
> It acts as a guide for what is "correct."  Maybe this is misguided for a 
> reason I don't yet see?

IIUC, what Max is saying is that you should not concentrate on
*that specific command* because that command doesn't do what you think
it does.

To reproduce, I'm personally still using:

    cat /tmp/ | bash
which is, IIUC, what:

    (process-file "bash" "/tmp/")
is doing, that is:

   The program’s input comes from file INFILE


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