[PD] [popen] and PHP on windows
shima at pspunch.com
Thu Sep 11 05:45:51 CEST 2008
Perhaps because I have CYGWIN installed, my [popen] accepted back slashes.
I wrote a script that ouputs ($argv * 2) and sent it the following
[php c:/phptest.php 10 <
results were good.
> Le 10 sept. 08 à 19:01, patco a écrit :
>> Le mercredi 10 septembre 2008 à 18:16 +0200, Jack a écrit :
>>> However, when i enter directely 'C:/wamp/bin/php/php5.2.6/php.exe -f
>>> C:/wamp/www/ADM/arbre.php 10' in a Command Prompt window and press
>>> 'Enter', all works fine and Pd receive the datas.
>> it's hard to believe that cmd is able to read slashes like backslashes
> Yes, you are right, it was backslashes, i just do copy and paste
> sorry ;)
> How do you do to receive a variable in a .bat to send (in my exemple)
> 10 to 'arbre.php' ? (Pd send 10 to .bat then .bat send 10 to PHP).
>> however, I usually write a batch file and start the .bat file with
>> popen, and problems goes away.
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