Sorry, I wasn't clear and neither is the comment that I
quoted. PERL_moreoptions() is passed a string (not, for
example, a list of strings) and it doesn't handle quotes.
What I meant to describe is that PERL_moreoptions()
doesn't look for a new option after seeing a space after
"-M" nor after "-m". Either that needs to happen or
PERL5OPT needs to be split on whitespace and the resulting
values passed ot PERL_moreoptions() one at a time.
I would think that PERL_moreoptions() should be looking for
spaces, otherwise it needs to be renamed PERL_onemoreoption().
I'm sorry that this is a very quick reply as duty calls.
Obviously more research is needed.
(but my friends call me "Tye")
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