Built: about 3 years ago
Size: 7.93 KB
Summary: Run a binary with environment and arguments sewed into wrapper name
When called without parameters, argwrapper assumes it's a wrapper call.
It parses it's zero argument (argv, usually binary file name) and
splits it into series of environment variables assignments, wrapped
program name and command line arguments.
When called with some command line parameters, argwrapper assumes it's
a filename generator call. It selects a character for argument
separator, a replacement characters for '/' path separator and other
optional chars, if any. It's guaranteed that none of the characters
selected is appeared within original command line. Then '/' and optional
chars are replaced with corresponded replacements and all the arguments
are concatenated with argument separator.
List of contributors:
- Initial build