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Pinned topic TPM 7.2.1 Configure_APDE.sh generated script incorrect when executed on AIX

‏2013-03-11T22:14:08Z |
Running the Configure_APDE.sh script on TPM 7.2.1 on AIX results in invalid path statements for Windows (64-bit) due to the path name containing an embedded "\n" as shown below

set SPEDITOR_DLL=%ECLIPSE_HOME%\plugins
ewSPEditor_4.0.0\swd_cli\lib
set SPEDITOR_BIN=%ECLIPSE_HOME%\plugins
ewSPEditor_4.0.0\swd_cli\bin
set PATH=%SPEDITOR_DLL%;%SPEDITOR_BIN%;%PATH%
set TISDIR=%ECLIPSE_HOME%\plugins
ewSPEditor_4.0.0\swd_cli\codeset

when it should read

set SPEDITOR_DLL=%ECLIPSE_HOME%\plugins\newSPEditor_4.0.0\swd_cli\lib
set SPEDITOR_BIN=%ECLIPSE_HOME%\plugins\newSPEditor_4.0.0\swd_cli\bin
set PATH=%SPEDITOR_DLL%;%SPEDITOR_BIN%;%PATH%
set TISDIR=%ECLIPSE_HOME%\plugins\newSPEditor_4.0.0\swd_cli\codeset

The same script executing on Linux generates the correct path settings.

Has anyone seen this or know of a workaround to the problem (on the AIX side rather than just editing the generated Windows batch script)?

thanks,
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