On Wed, Oct 18, 2006 at 06:30:59AM -0700, David L Norris wrote:
> Yes, ultimately the problem is that people are still using quotes around
> filenames in their Filefilter directive. Even if we switched to
> fork-exec users would need to stop single-quoting their filenames in
> that way.
It's hard to fix a fundamentally broken design. And the patch seems
to not really have helped.
'/path/to/'&& rm -Rf /'&&echo .pdf'
=> \'/path/to/\'&& rm -Rf /\'&&echo .pdf\'
Ok, what about this:
\'/path/to/\'&& rm -Rf /\'&&echo .pdf\'
=> \\'/path/to/\\'&& rm -Rf /\\'&&echo .pdf\\'
The code also has some buffer overrun potential.
Might have to change FileFilter option from:
FileFilter .doc catdoc "-s8859-1 -d8859-1 '%p'"
FileFilter .doc catdoc -s8859-1 -d8859-1 %p
which makes more sense.
Not sure how to do that on Windows where I'd still use popen. I don't
have a way to test on Windows.
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Received on Wed Oct 18 07:43:01 2006