I am try to directly interact with Git by using only stdin, stdout,
and stderr. So
not going through a terminal at all, but calling Git directly. I am
having an issue
with being able to continue a process that requires input.
For example, doing a clone from a HTTPS server may require a username/password.
I writing the password as utf, and also tried just UTF byes (ie no
prepended 16-bit int)
but am unable to get the process to continue and start the clone process.
Is there some signal, or trick to getting the process to continue? I
thought that sending a
"\n" would work, but that doesn't seem to be working either.
Thanks for any help!
Certain things do want a real user sitting at the terminal (or GUI) even
when the standard streams are connected elsewhere, and password input
is one of the obvious things that would explicitly want to read from the
Perhaps driving whatever script you are writing via "expect" would work?