|Subject:||[Chicken-users] Use of Windows posix unit & process-execute/process-spawn|
|Date:||Tue, 8 May 2007 17:32:10 -0700|
Hi Folks,Has anyone used the process-execute and/or process-spawn procs in the Windows posix unit? My reading of the code leads me to believe they do not function per the documentation. (And testing confirms this.)
The process-execute proc uses a DSSSL style argument list but the body seems to assume a std Scheme style optional argument(s) (.i.e as if (foo a b . rest)).
The process-spawn proc uses std Scheme style optional argument(s) but the body assumes only a single optional argument (an args list) is passed, and not the immediate list of args as the documentation specifies.
I am especially interested in the spawn call because I am going to modify it to follow the optional args & env list per the process- execute signature. If the documented behavior is what is desired please let me know.
Best Wishes, Kon
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