[qutebrowser] How to run a userscript in Windows

Florian Bruhin me at the-compiler.org
Tue Sep 6 15:27:39 CEST 2016


* Daniel Schadt <daniel at kingdread.de> [2016-09-06 01:13:57 +0200]:
> However, I had to apply a patch to get it to work. The current
> implementation seems to suffer from the same problem that
> :open-editor once had[1]: The "FIFO" file it creates is being held
> open by qutebrowser, which means that (on Windows) other processes
> can't write to it (stuff like commands) (patch at the end of the
> email).

Do you plan to open a PR, or should I apply that patch?

> Unfortunately though, it seems like this is not the cause of your problem. A
> failing userscript gives the message "userscript exited with status 1", not
> "userscript failed to start".

Right - that message means the process didn't start at all.


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