This is on Solaris 2.6 .
Given this program (which is not the actual program, but serves to
illustrate the problem I am having):
MKISOFS='mkisofs -r -l -f -v -graft-points "patient_1318/=/data/study/patient_1318"'
...I get this when I run it:
mkisofs 1.15a09 (sparc-sun-solaris2.6)
mkisofs: No such file or directory. Invalid node - /data/study/patient_1318"
Somehow mkisofs is getting the 2nd '"' into its argv. Why? Obviously,
the first '"' is getting removed by the shell before passing the args to
mkisofs - why doesn't the 2nd?
This question is more academic than anything - I can work around it. In fact,
I'll have to! I just want to understand what is happening.
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