666wman at gmail.com
Tue Sep 30 14:48:21 EDT 2008
how about using a wrapper script, to which you would supply the value as
so you would just use runCommand "thescript <envval> <rest of parameters>" ?
Herein lies the problem: I have a program that accepts complete commands
> from a file and executes them. It works perfectly. And now I'd just like to
> set an environment variable while each command runs... But alas no, the only
> way to do that is with runProcess, which expects me to parse the command
> line first. (Before anybody remarks that "words" will do this, consider the
> "echo" command, which treats whitespace meaningfully.)
on windows, echo is just a shell command, not executable, so it gets special
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