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# This test checks that the CC environment variable may contain quotes and
# spaces. Arguments are normally split on spaces, tabs, newlines. If an
# argument contains these characters, the entire argument may be quoted
# with single or double quotes. This is the same as -gcflags and similar
# options.
[short] skip
[!exec:clang] [!exec:gcc] skip
[!cgo] skip
env GOENV=$WORK/go.env
mkdir 'program files'
go build -o 'program files' './which cc/which cc.go'
[exec:clang] env CC='"'$PWD${/}program' 'files${/}which' 'cc"' 'clang
[!exec:clang] env CC='"'$PWD${/}program' 'files${/}which' 'cc"' 'gcc
go env CC
stdout 'program files[/\\]which cc" (clang|gcc)$'
go env -w CC=$CC
env CC=
go env CC
stdout 'program files[/\\]which cc" (clang|gcc)$'
go run .
stdout 1
-- go.mod --
module test
go 1.17
-- which cc/which cc.go --
package main
import (
func main() {
args := append([]string{"-DWRAPPER_WAS_USED=1"}, os.Args[2:]...)
cmd := exec.Command(os.Args[1], args...)
cmd.Stdout = os.Stdout
cmd.Stderr = os.Stderr
if err := cmd.Run(); err != nil {
fmt.Fprintln(os.Stderr, err)
-- hello.go --
package main
// int x = WRAPPER_WAS_USED;
import "C"
import "fmt"
func main() {