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Paths with imbedded spaces [message #1800529] Tue, 01 January 2019 13:44
Reinhardt Christiansen is currently offline Reinhardt ChristiansenFriend
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I'm trying to modify an argument for a Builder so that it contains a space (which is part of a path) and saw the note to put quotes around the argument but I'm darned if I can figure out *where* to put the quotes.

This builder is supposed to use SASS from Ruby to convert sass/scss files to css files when I save the sass/scss file after editing in Eclipse. The current argument is:
--update ${project_loc}\assets\scss:${project_loc}\assets\css --sourcemap=none --style compressed

I want to change it so that the paths in the --update argument contain blanks. For example:
--update ${project_loc}\My Subfolder\scss:${project_loc}\My Subfolder\css --sourcemap=none --style compressed

I've tried putting the quotes around the whole thing, around just the --update argument and even within the --update argument but any such attempt causes the result file to simply vanish: I can't find it anywhere although SASS claims it wrote it.

In other words, the following DON'T work:


    "--update ${project_loc}\My Subfolder\scss:${project_loc}\My Subfolder\css --sourcemap=none --style compressed"

    "--update ${project_loc}\My Subfolder\scss:${project_loc}\My Subfolder\css" --sourcemap=none --style compressed

    --update "${project_loc}\My Subfolder\scss":"${project_loc}\My Subfolder\css" --sourcemap=none --style compressed


Can anyone advise me on where the quotes SHOULD go?

I'm running Eclipse 2018-09 on Windows 10 Home.
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