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Author csernazs
Recipients Alexander.Belopolsky, Christophe Simonis, brian.curtin, csernazs, eric.smith, larry, r.david.murray
Date 2010-06-08.13:30:26
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I would say that both string and list should be accepted in args, and depending on the shell parameter, the module should create a list or a string from the specified list/string.

We already have a list2cmdline function to convert a list to string, we would only need to create the inverse of this function to convert a string to a list.

Executing a program whose parameters are coming from external source (eg. user input) can result security problems if those are not specified as a list and in this case I would be really happy to specify my parameters as a list to Popen and it would do the appropriate conversions as above.
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