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Old 02-13-2012, 07:35 PM
Bruce Korb
 
Default RFE: feedback loops

On 02/13/12 12:10, Dave Anderson wrote:

A relatively easy implementation would be to fiddle shell commands:

if (LASTCHAR(p) == '|')
error(FATAL_RESTART, "pipe to nowhere?
");

to interpret pipes to nowhere to, instead, be redirecting to a mkstemp file
that gets read back in via an internal:
sprintf(pc->command_line, "< %s", tmp_file);
after the command completes, and
unlink(tmp_file);
after *those* commands complete.

What you already have works. It's that this would be slick .
It would make shell scripting into a crash extension language.


Submit a patch and we'll take a look...


Sure. You'll need to be patient tho. Weeks, if not months.

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