I have been persistently trying to solve an issue with some code that I'd like to use to interact with AWS CLI. After trying for about a week, I decided to try to create the string of the command I'd like to execute and use
eval on the string (I know this is not recommended, but I was running out of ideas...). Even this seems to not be working.
echo my command prints fine, but it is giving me a "command not found error" when trying to evaluate. I noticed that if I copy/paste this sample line into my Cygwin terminal:
aws s3 cp s3://a-bucket/users/3e8c95b4-c5ee-4edc-954e-6d988d30557e/7EF70C5F-B8D6-4E21-B495-E91963CE1BDD-RIGHT.zip 'c:/users/basud/desktop/testerData' --recursive
I get this in my terminal before I even press enter:
Could this be an error with Windows carriage return?