Il 01/09/2012 15:59, Johannes Sixt ha scritto:
Am 01.09.2012 09:43, schrieb Marco Stornelli:
Il 31/08/2012 23:35, Johannes Sixt ha scritto:
Am 31.08.2012 16:09, schrieb Marco Stornelli:
+CCS=`perl -e 'local $/=undef; open FILE, $ENV{'PATCHTMP'};
+close FILE; $addr = $1 if $text =~ /Cc: (.*?(,\n .*?)*)\n/s; $addr
=~ s/\n//g;
+print $addr;'`

The quoting is broken in this line (sq within sq does not work).

I don't understand what you mean, I'm using this script and it works

Look how you write:

   perl -e '... $ENV{'PATCHTMP'} ...'

That is, perl actually sees this script:

   ... $ENV{PATCHTMP} ...

(no quotes around PATCHTMP). That my be perfectly valid perl, but is not
what you intended.

-- Hannes

I don't understand what you mean when you say "is not what you intended" because perl and this script does *exactly* what I want and (with the test I've done) it works. Have you got a test case where it doesn't work at all? However, since I'm not a perl guru, if someone says that double quotes are needed, ok the result is however the same.

Git guys, let me know if a version 6 of the patch is needed, no problem to submit another version.


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