2008/9/7 Jani Taskinen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Pierre Joye kirjoitti:
>> hi Bjori,
>> On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 3:44 PM, Hannes Magnusson
>> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> I don't understand...
>>> Does arg_separator.output="&" in php.ini not work on windows - or
>>> is this a bug in run-tests.php?
>> It does not. run-tests should take care of escaping the cmd line
>> arguments arguments using escapeshellargs. We can then use:
>> instead of
>> Especially as " is not always portable.
> Just use single quotes then.. where the hell isn't " portable? Windows?
> What in this isn't portable???
Windows uses double quotes on command line for php, eg. this will result in
a parse error (Unexpected character in input (ASCII=39):
php -r 'echo test;'
However the following works:
php -r "echo test;"
I don't know what, why ect. but inside run-tests.php (as Pierre said) using
quotes in INI section will break out of the string generated by
in run-tests.php and try to execute another command, since it breaks out on
in session it will generate two popups (MessageBox()) calls saying Invalid
I asked Felipe on IRC and he said the test didn't break without quotes on
Linux. But either
way this needs to be fixed insted of this work-a-around.
Kalle Sommer Nielsen