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Once again, you have misunderstood the problem. The string you are passing in will be parsed by the shell as 2 arguments. The first being foo=moo which will properly be parsed as foo => moo. The second being shoo\= coo which will also be properly parsed as shoo\ => coo. In order to embed a space into the tag you need to escape the space, so that the shell will parse it as one argument. Thus making the correct string, foo=moo\ shoo=\ coo
Try the code I posted on the strings and you will see that it works. the limitation is that it can't parse an equal sign in the key, not in the value as you are trying to do.



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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Doesn't seem complete by dreadpiratepeter
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