Hi,

Is there a proper approach to specifying paths of octrees with spaces in them when using `rfluxmtx`

? I was able to make it work by using a path with three quotes. I am just wondering if using three quotes is indeed a error-proof way to ensure that paths with and without spaces can be specified for `rfluxmtx`

.

For example, in the below case (without quotes), the second command will fail as it has a space in the path:

```
rfluxmtx -v -I+ -ab 1 -ad 500 -lw 0.002 -n 16 -y 100 - objects/GlazingVmtx.rad -i octrees/room3ph.oct < points.txt > matrices/vmtx/v3.mtx
rfluxmtx -v -I+ -ab 1 -ad 500 -lw 0.002 -n 16 -y 100 - objects/GlazingVmtx.rad -i oc trees/room3ph.oct
```

In the below case, the second command will still fail as it seems that `rfluxmtx`

strips off the quotes while passing it to `oconv`

:

```
rfluxmtx -v -I+ -ab 1 -ad 500 -lw 0.002 -n 16 -y 100 - objects/GlazingVmtx.rad -i "octrees/room3ph.oct" < points.txt > matrices/vmtx/v3.mtx
rfluxmtx -v -I+ -ab 1 -ad 500 -lw 0.002 -n 16 -y 100 - objects/GlazingVmtx.rad -i "oc trees/room3ph.oct" < points.txt > matrices/vmtx/v2.mtx
```

However, with triple quotes, both commands (with and without spaces in path,) will work:

```
rfluxmtx -v -I+ -ab 1 -ad 500 -lw 0.002 -n 16 -y 100 - objects/GlazingVmtx.rad -i """octrees/room3ph.oct""" < points.txt > matrices/vmtx/v3.mtx
rfluxmtx -v -I+ -ab 1 -ad 500 -lw 0.002 -n 16 -y 100 - objects/GlazingVmtx.rad -i """oc trees/room3ph.oct"""< points.txt > matrices/vmtx/v2.mtx
```

`getinfo`

on both cases, showing successful runs…

Regards,

Sarith