I'm running into an error with the coursier fetch ...
# development
I'm running into an error with the coursier fetch script (in the pants repo), because my venv path has special characters in it.
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__coursier/coursier_fetch_wrapper_script.sh: line 11: syntax error near unexpected token `R'
Line 11 in the script (from
) is:
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/home/cognifloyd/.cache/pants/pants_dev_deps/Linux.x86_64.Intel(R).Core(TM).i7-3610QM.CPU.@.2.30GHz.py37.venv/bin/python __coursier/coursier_post_processing_script.py "$json_output_file"
So, bash doesn't like the
chars it seems. I'm not sure why I have all of those chars in the venv name, does anyone know where that comes from? The naive fix is to surround
with quotes
here: https://github.com/pantsbuild/pants/blob/main/src/python/pants/jvm/resolve/coursier_setup.py#L83 Is there a better way to escape that? eg what happens if a path has a
in it (why I don't know. But I don't know why I have
chars either)? Also, is there anything else in those scripts that might need shell escaping?
uname -mps
with some transforms.
Cool. I wonder if that needs any cleanups beyond
's/ /./g'
, like removing other special characters?
You're in a good position to work the problem if you're amenable.
I've got errands to run right now, but I can try later. For any pointers on what you think the best solution might be?
I think you pointed right at it. Just quote the
in the coursier wrapper script template.