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From Steve Loughran <ste...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Redhat Linux Enterprise issues with command line argument containing spaces
Date Thu, 31 Aug 2006 10:12:03 GMT
Irene Ros wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I've been developing various configuration scripts and I noticed that when 
> I pass arguments through the command like such as -Dusername="firstname 
> lastname" only the part prior to the space is registered. So when I 
> reference ${username} it will return "firstname". Is there any workaround 
> for this? I know this doesn't occur on windows but it seems linux ignores 
> the quotation marks (I've also tried single quotes.)
> The argument is to be directly used in a java task but seeing as I am not 
> seeing the entire value in a simple echo statement, I am pretty sure the 
> issue is in the argument passing.
> Has this issue been brought up before? I haven't been able to find any 
> info in the mailing list archives.

It's probably your shell

go "-Dusername=firstname lastname"

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