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Problem with "Open Terminal Here" action [Fixed in 2.1 b216]


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When I was using "Open Terminal here" action today, I found that this command is not executed with arguments quoted.

 

For example, here I got a folder named "a&b", when I perform "Open Terminal Here", a error happened. Why?

 

I am guessing that the terminal actually executes such a command, "cd a&b", so it is apparently that this command is split by the symbol "&". I hope you can fix this bug just by surrounding the target folder path with a pair of quotes like this: 

 

    cd "a&b"

 

instead of:

 

    cd a&b

 

thanks~

 

by iSMart

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When I was using "Open Terminal here" action today, I found that this command is not executed with arguments quoted.

 

For example, here I got a folder named "a&b", when I perform "Open Terminal Here", a error happened. Why?

 

I am guessing that the terminal actually executes such a command, "cd a&b", so it is apparently that this command is split by the symbol "&". I hope you can fix this bug just by surrounding the target folder path with a pair of quotes like this: 

 

    cd "a&b"

 

instead of:

 

    cd a&b

 

thanks~

 

by iSMart

 

Ah nicely spotted, the & character needs escaping. I'll get this fixed up in the next release :)

 

Cheers,

Andrew

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When I was using "Open Terminal here" action today, I found that this command is not executed with arguments quoted.

 

For example, here I got a folder named "a&b", when I perform "Open Terminal Here", a error happened. Why?

 

I am guessing that the terminal actually executes such a command, "cd a&b", so it is apparently that this command is split by the symbol "&". I hope you can fix this bug just by surrounding the target folder path with a pair of quotes like this: 

 

    cd "a&b"

 

instead of:

 

    cd a&b

 

thanks~

 

by iSMart

 

This should now be fixed in the 2.1 b216 pre-release :)

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