[U-Boot-Users] improvement to setenv handling
wd at denx.de
Tue Sep 13 20:14:39 CEST 2005
In message <2D63750CB4594644B0372AC317B521CC5DB9C4 at mtlexch04> you wrote:
> While setting-up an OMAP 5912 OSK, I experienced funny behavior with
> U-Boot's setenv command. The cause was that I was using an invalid syntax
> with an equal sign, i.e.
> setenv variable=value
> instead of
> setenv variable value
This is not exactly invalid syntax. The first command is actually
valid - it tries to delete the "variable=value" variable.
> Would it be a fair limitation to impose that variable names can't contain an
> equal sign, and either accept my invalid syntax or report an error ?
Umm... actually this is what it already does: it accepts your syntax :-)
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