Well, nevermind, ive tested it in a more simple scenario and echo/cat seem to work okay, each line of output goes to an array element returned in the getOut() call. On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 1:26 PM, Jay Vyas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: Jay Vyas http://jayunit100.blogspot.com
Jay Vyas 2014-02-26, 23:48
Re: Any reason why ">>" might fail in the ITest Shell.java?
Another thing to consider is to use triple-quoted strings (""" blah """) to prevent any kinda of possible interpretation of a string's internals. There's actually a difference between "" and '' strings.
Thanks cos, maybe when doing minor rewriting during debugging, that was the issue which i might have fixed inadvertently
Jay Vyas 2014-02-27, 01:19
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