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However, the module's author stating "THIS MODULE IS ALPHA LEVEL AND MANY BUGS." makes me feel not very good.

Well, feel better, no need to worry :)

Here is an level upgrade for rt://Win32-Unicode, that makes it use the shell the official safe way with Win32::ShellQuote

You use mySystemW and myExecWjust like you would systemW and execW

sub myExecW { use Win32::Unicode::Process qw//; my $pi = My_create_process( @_ ) or return 1; Win32::Unicode::Process::close_handle($pi->{thread_handle}); Win32::Unicode::Process::close_handle($pi->{process_handle}); return 0; } ## end sub myExecW sub mySystemW { use Win32::Unicode::Process qw//; my $pi = My_create_process( @_ ) or return 1; Win32::Unicode::Process::close_handle( $pi->{thread_handle} ); Win32::Unicode::Process::wait_for_input_idle( $pi->{process_handle +} ); Win32::Unicode::Process::wait_for_single_object( $pi->{process_han +dle} ); my $exit_code = Win32::Unicode::Process::get_exit_code( $pi->{process_handle} ); Win32::Unicode::Process::close_handle( $pi->{process_handle} ); return defined $exit_code ? $exit_code : 1; } ## end sub mySystemW sub My_create_process { use Win32::Unicode::Process qw//; use Win32::ShellQuote qw//; @_ or return; my $program = ""; my $cmdline = ""; if( @_ > 1 ) { ( $program ) = @_; $cmdline = Win32::ShellQuote::quote_system_string( @_ ); } else { ( $cmdline ) = @_; } die "Bad program name ( $program )" if $program =~ m/[<>"?*|]/; $program = Win32::Unicode::Process::utf8_to_utf16( $program ) . Win32::Unicode::Process::NULL(); $cmdline = Win32::Unicode::Process::utf8_to_utf16( $cmdline ) . Win32::Unicode::Process::NULL(); return Win32::Unicode::Process::create_process( $program, $cmdline + ); } ## end sub My_create_process

In reply to Re^3: Non asci character and system call by Anonymous Monk
in thread Non asci character and system call by Anonymous Monk

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