It is causing issues in the my environment when building the xml file output.
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Hrm...what is the issue with escaping?
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> Hrm...what is the issue with escaping?
It is building the pathname incorrectly, replacing using some pathname, and as the next line shows it is not required. I'm also interested on knowing what python is actually doing :).
So, apparently it is a bug in some versions of valgrind, just checked if you run this it fails:
VALGRIND_OPTS='--xml-file="/tmp/errors.xml"' valgrind /bin/ps
valgrind: can't create XML file '/tmp/"/tmp/errors.xml"': No such file or directory
My version is 3.8.1 in fedora 18. Considering we do not need the double quotes because we define the file name, it is safe to remove them and we can forget about this bug. I'll modify the information about the problem and upload the patch.
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Clearing flags on attachment: 218971
Committed r160448: <http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/160448>
All reviewed patches have been landed. Closing bug.