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comment xargs with stdin/stdout redirection
Option 2 breaks when the filenames contains ".
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comment xargs with stdin/stdout redirection
@rozcietrzewiacz: Yes, I understand that problem. Now just suppose you would properly escape these spaces and get them into xargs: They are replaced in sh's -c string, sh tokenizes the -c string, and everything breaks.
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comment xargs with stdin/stdout redirection
@rozcietrzewiacz: In general, sure, but I assume someone trying to do xargs voodoo knows this. Since these filenames undergo another shell expansion, they have to be well-behaved anyway.
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